The terrorism we see and the terrorism we don't see
Posted at 10:19 AM on July 22, 2009
by Sanden Totten
Sajjan Gohel is surrounded by stories of bombings, shooting sprees and sinister plots. Most of us hear about the terrorist attacks that end tragically, but as security analyst for the Asia Pacific Foundation, Sajjan hears about all the near misses as well.
We talked with Sajjan about how terrorism has changed in the years since 9/11, how scholars might be the most effective tool we have to fight Al Qaeda and why all of us should know more about the invisible threats around us.