Politics and Economics (CGU)
Defense and Security Studies | Political Science | Terrorism Studies
This essay in the TRENDS terrorism futures series focuses on trends in the manufacturing of homemade and printed firearms along with the emergence of remote (teleoperated) firearms. Each of these trends is discussed in turn in this short essay, as are the implications of their cumulative effects on terrorism and insurgency. Ultimately, as will be highlighted in this piece, both physical and cyber forms of terrorism are increasingly merging as a result of firearm and computer components becoming more closely integrated .
© June 2015
Bunker, R. J. (2015, June 21). Home Made, Printed, and Remote Controlled Firearms— Terrorism and Insurgency Implications. Retrieved January 24, 2017, from TRENDS Research & Advisory. Terrorism Futures Series, http://trendsinstitution.org/home-made-printed-and-remote-controlled-firearms-terrorism-and-insurgency-implications/