Terrorist attack in China

Griffith Asia Institute
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Last Wednesday saw another deadly terrorist attack in China, this time in the far-western province of Xinjiang. In what’s believed to have been a suicide attack, two bombers detonated explosives at a train station in Urumqi, the province’s capital, killing one person and injuring seventy-nine.  The blast coincided with the visit of China’s President, Xi […]

Bombings in Burma: the long view

Griffith Asia Institute
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The recent spate of terrorist bombings in Burma has not injured many people or caused much property damage, but it is a reminder of the country’s multi-faceted internal security problems.  Dr Andrew Selth comments further in a recent opinion piece in the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter.  Read the full article here.

The trouble with terrorism

Griffith Health Institute
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After publishing a report that could help authorities identify the most most likely targets for a terror attack, PhD candidate David Romyn, from Griffith's School of Applied Psychology, discusses the difficulties with researching terrorism.