Published in the LSE Middle East Center Blog
When senior figures from governments and civil society comment on terrorism, they almost always raise the issue of economic policy: if young, unmarried men had jobs and a bright economic future, they would not be tempted by violence. Counterterrorism policy should therefore go beyond security measures to include economic reforms. This view makes sense, but is it based on an accurate understanding of how terrorists are made?
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