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Middle East-Central Asia-South Asia-Southeast Asia “Terrorist High Risk” Arc – 中东-中亚-南亚-东南亚“恐怖高危”弧形地带

 Author: Pan Guang  Category: Central Asia, Chinese Scholarship, International Relations, Journal, Security  Publisher: World Knowledge, 2004(21), 36-37  Publication Date: 2004  Language: Chinese  Link to Publisher
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From the kidnapping of two Chinese engineers in Pakistan–a new wave of terrorist attacks On October 9, two Chinese engineers were kidnapped in the northwestern tribal area of ​​Pakistan, one was rescued and the other died. On October 7, three explosions occurred in Taba, a small town on the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, killing more than 200 people. Previously, there have been countless terrorist incidents in the Middle East, Russia, Central Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. It can be said that since May 2003, there has been a new wave of terrorist attacks around the world, and the formation and development of the “high-risk of terror” arc in the Middle East-Central Asia-South Asia-Southeast Asia is the most disturbing among them. In Iraq, armed action against U.S. occupation is intertwined with terrorist attacks.

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