The strategic calculus of terrorism: Substitution and competition in the Israel—Palestine conflict

@article{Clauset2010TheSC,
  title={The strategic calculus of terrorism: Substitution and competition in the Israel—Palestine conflict},
  author={A. Clauset and L. Heger and M. Young and K. Gleditsch},
  journal={Cooperation and Conflict},
  year={2010},
  volume={45},
  pages={33 - 6}
}
  • A. Clauset, L. Heger, +1 author K. Gleditsch
  • Published 2010
  • Political Science
  • Cooperation and Conflict
  • Previous work on the dynamics of conflicts where we see terrorism has tended to focus on whether we see shifts in attack mode following government countermeasures. We contend that many factors other than counterinsurgency can influence whether groups resort to terrorism, including competition between groups, as well as their relationship to public opinion and other political events. Hence, understanding terrorist tactics in prolonged conflicts with multiple actors requires us to consider a more… CONTINUE READING
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