Does political proximity to the U.S. cause terror?
Axel Dreher () and
Martin Gassebner ()
Economics Letters, 2008, vol. 99, issue 1, 27-29
We analyze the impact of political proximity to the United States on the occurrence and severity of terror. Employing panel data for 116 countries over the period 1975-2001 we find that countries voting in line with the U.S. are victims of more and deadlier attacks.
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