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New De Futuro article published on the fight against terrorism

‘Barbarians crossed the gate: Fighting terrorism as a modern crime’ is the new article by Vladimir Yakunin, the chairman of the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute’s supervisory board.
“The article is about terrorism and its global impact on societies and world peace. Terrorism, in its different forms, is a defining feature of modern life for people in cities, towns, and villages across the world. The fear of being thrust, unwillingly, into the front-line is common in all our societies – from remote settlements to major urban centres. Terrorism itself is nothing new. What has changed is terrorists’ capacity to kill civilians on a mass scale,” writes Yakunin. This new De Futuro article can be read for free on the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute website.
De Futuro is a series of articles published by Vladimir Yakunin. The short essays focus on the future of various aspects of global politics, economics, and social life.

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