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Responding to Global Terrorism

When you hear the word terrorism, what is your first reaction? How different is that reaction now than it was before September 11? This hour on Focus, we talked with Stanford Professor Martha Crenshaw, about global terrorism and how concerns have changed in the last decade. We also talked about the use of drones in the US military.

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Martha Crenshaw

Martha Crenshaw

This hour on Focus, host Jim Meadows talks with Political Science Professor Martha Crenshaw, a pioneer in the study of terrorism, about the use of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, and their use in counterterrorism. We also talk with her about how our views of terrorism have changed since 2001. 

Crenshaw is a Senior Fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University.