How anxiety about terrorist attacks could change our politics

In the wake of the devastating month marked by the downing of a Russian passenger plane, simultaneous suicide attacks in Beirut and coordinated attacks in Paris, American fears of terrorism are likely to increase. That in turn could shape policy and politics in far-reaching ways. Syracuse University Assistant Professor of Political Science Shana Kushner Gadarian, along with Bethany Albertson, Assistant Professor of Government at the University of Texas-Austin, offer their thoughts on what happens next. —> Read More