Urban terrorism isn't going to stop. Can city planners help reduce its lethal impact?
from The Washington Post
Many cities aren't ready for a new onslaught of urban terrorism. State security services have long been occupied with defending vulnerable urban spaces against attack, but until recently, the style of terrorist attack — the targeting of high-profile commercial or government buildings — seldom affected everyday city life. As we have seen from recent attacks, the modus operandi of terrorists has changed significantly in recent years and counter-responses, including urban planning, must adapt to this new reality.
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