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Topic - Robert A. Pape
"Most fit a nearly opposite profile: typically they are psychologically normal, have better than average economic prospects for their communities, and are deeply integrated into social networks and emotionally attached to their national communities. They see themselves as sacrificing their lives for the nation's good," he adds.
In his book "Dying to Win: The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism," Robert A. Pape contends that suicide terrorism is largely a response to foreign occupation.