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Running head: HIS/HUM 381 WEEK 4 REFLECTION 1 HIS/HUM 381 Week 4 Reflection Taylor DiLeonardo Wilmington University
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HIS/HUM 381 WEEK 4 REFLECTION 2 HIS/HUM 381 Week 4 Reflection This week we learned about conflict, terrorism, and peace. Before researching articles, I knew little about the topic, only what I saw on the news or on social media. It was interesting to read all the articles, especially since terrorism is so prevalent in the United States today. The issue of terrorism is very important to know about. One article that was quite surprising was about three teachers who were freed from the Taliban after being held captive for over 3 years (Zucchino & Goldman, 2019). I thought our government would’ve tried to negotiate with the Taliban earlier to free the hostages; however, that was not case. I was shocked to learn that “far-right” attacks have drastically increased by 320% from
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Unformatted text preview: 2014 to 2018 (Ritchey, 2019). It’s scary to know that terrorists from our own country are even worse than terrorists from foreign countries. Globally, terrorism is on a decline, but right-wing terrorism in the United States is on the rise. References Zucchino, D., & Goldman, A. (2019, November 19). Two Western Hostages Are Freed in Afghanistan in Deal With Taliban. Retrieved from - peace-talks.html . Ritchey, D. (2019, November 21). Deaths From Terrorism Down, but Number of Countries Affected by Terrorism is Growing. Retrieved from - last-four-years-but-number-of-countries-affected-by-terrorism-is-growing...
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