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To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. Need help? How do I find a book? Can I borrow this item? While psychological community resilience has been researched with regard to natural disasters  and war,  it has received less attention in the field of counter-terrorism.
However, it is of utmost importance for academics, practitioners and policymakers to take psychological community resilience into account. The threat of terrorism can erode the very foundations multicultural democracies in the West are built upon and cause a polarization that is potentially dangerous to the liberal democratic order itself. Tragic as lives lost and property damage from Islamist terrorism are, the threat terrorism poses to the West is not existential in a military sense; no Western nation is in danger of losing a war, even an asymmetric war, with violent non-state actors.
But in the long-run, Western democracies could be severely damaged by the psychological consequences terrorism inflicts on its electorates, such as decreasing perceived belonging, increased distrust, and the erosion of social cohesion, which in turn influences elections to return ever-more extreme results that eventually undo democracy itself.