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April 2, 2003
The New Terrorism Fanaticism
and Mass Destruction

By Walter Laqueur

    WASHINGTON D.C. -- Recent attacks in Oklahoma City, at the World Trade Towers, and at American embassies in Africa demonstrate the horrifying consequences of a terrorist strike. But as technological advances make weapons of mass destruction frighteningly easy to acquire, a revolution is occurring in the very nature of terrorism--one that may make these attacks look like child's play.
   The new terrorism is a chilling trend made possible by the alarming availability of weapons of mass destruction. Chemical and biological weapons are cheap and relatively easy to make or buy. Even nuclear devices are increasingly feasible options for terrorists. And with the information age, cyber terrorism is just around the corner.
     A new militant separatism in Kashmir grabs our attention then state-sponsored extremism in Libya takes over on the late news.

    [Editor's Note: Walter Laqueur has a new book out this week. He is also Co-Chair, International Research Council and holds the Henry A. Kissinger Chair in National Security Policy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He is the author of Terrorism, Guerrilla, as well as Fascism and The Dream That Failed.]

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