- Making News: New Suicide Bombers Halt Peace Process in Middle East
Following the most recent wave of Palestinian attacks, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has cancelled a trip to the US and imposed a general closure on the West Bank. What does this mean for the newly installed Palestinian leadership? Can the derailed roadmap get back on track? Correspondent Greg Myre, who is in Jerusalem for the New York Times, says both sides are calling on the other to take the next step.
- Reporter's Notebook: The Complexities of Suicide Bombers
Considered inexpensive and highly effective devices of terror and carnage, suicide bombers have become the "weapon" of choice by terrorist groups. What is the strategy behind them? How are they changing life around the world and what, if anything can be done to prevent them? Bruce Hoffman, director of the Rand Institute's Washington, DC office and an expert in terrorism, discusses the logic and changing face of suicide terrorism.
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