The horrific bombings in London on 7 July 2005 are a grim reminder that terrorist attacks are aimed at undermining political will. Coming in conjunction with the G8 Summit in the United Kingdom, the attacks on the transportation system were designed to shock and frighten people throughout the West.
About The Author
Ford Rowan is the chairman of the National Center for Critical Incident Analysis, an independent, privately funded, civilian research entity that supports the National Defense University in Washington. He is the author of a study on lessons from the 2001 anthrax attacks and co-author of What is to be done? Emerging Perspectives on Public Responses to Bioterrorism (2002) and Crisis Prevention, Management and Communication (1991).
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