Doctor Nancy Spalding, a Political Science professor and International Relations expert at ECU, is helping shed some light on what the explosions could mean for London and the international community. Spalding believes this most recent attack is tied to British support for the U.S., but also points out the attack could have happened anyway because the grievances are deeper than the war in Iraq. Spalding says Thursday's attack on London could cause Britain and the U.S. to reevaluate security patterns, things like surveillance cameras and banning backpacks and briefcases from public transportation.
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