One never really knows who one's enemy is.
The uncertainty of the danger belongs to the essence of terrorism.
The misery in war-torn Afghanistan is reminiscent of images from the Thirty Years' War.
The state is in danger of falling into disrepute due to the evidence of its inadequate resources.
Manhattan... capital of the 20th century, a city that has fascinated me for more than three decades.
Historically, terrorism falls in a category different from crimes that concern a criminal court judge.
Global terrorism is extreme both in its lack of realistic goals and in its cynical exploitation of the vulnerability of complex systems.
Partisans fight on familiar territory with professed political objectives to conquer power. This is what distinguishes them from terrorists.
From a moral point of view, there is no excuse for terrorist acts, regardless of the motive or the situation under which they are carried out.