Penn State students light candles during a Nov. 17, 2015 vigil to honor the victims of last year’s terrorist attacks in Paris. Penn State professor Jim Piazza specializes in the study of terrorism and political violence and consults with the National Counterterrorism Center and other organizations.
Penn State students light candles during a Nov. 17, 2015 vigil to honor the victims of last year’s terrorist attacks in Paris. Penn State professor Jim Piazza specializes in the study of terrorism and political violence and consults with the National Counterterrorism Center and other organizations. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
Penn State students light candles during a Nov. 17, 2015 vigil to honor the victims of last year’s terrorist attacks in Paris. Penn State professor Jim Piazza specializes in the study of terrorism and political violence and consults with the National Counterterrorism Center and other organizations. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file

Penn State expert discusses what is, isn’t terrorism

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