Nina Khrushcheva: “When Alienated Immigrants Turn to Terrorism”

Professor Nina Khrushcheva contributed a recent opinion piece to The Moscow Times titled, “When Alienated Immigrants Turn to Terrorism.”  Khrushcheva’s article addresses, among other things, the international context of the bombing in Boston.  It also deals with the reality of home grown terrorism in the United States and critiques the tendency to explain the bombing by looking outside the U.S.

Read the article here.

Khrushcheva is Associate Professor at the Julien J. Studley Graduate Program for International Affairs.


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