Derek Gregory links to a project that maps non-state terrorism.
With all the usual caveats about the notoriously contentious definition(s) of ‘terrorism’, the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), which has been up and running at the University of Maryland since 2005, has now geocoded its Global Terrorism Database – at least for 2012 – and from its list of more than 8,400 terrorist attacks that killed over 15,400 people its has produce this map of terrorist attacks last year:
‘Although terrorism touched 85 countries in 2012, just three – Pakistan, Iraq and Afghanistan – suffered more than half of 2012’s attacks (54%) and fatalities (58%)… The next five most frequently targeted countries were India, Nigeria, Somalia, Yemen and Thailand.’
Of course, it’s a moving map:
‘In the 1970s, most attacks occurred…
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