Diego Muro, professor in the Degree of International Relations, has published an article in the opinion pages of the american newspaper The New York Times, in Room for debate, titled: Two Nations’ Very Different Responses, where he talks about how to compensate terrorism victims.
We invite you to read it.
How to Compensate Victims of Terrorism
Sometimes the U.S. government sets aside money for victims of mass violence. More often, survivors and families pursue lawsuits and receive private donations. Which is more fair?