An undated photo shows Eric Rudolph.

An undated photo shows Eric Rudolph. / Creative Commons

The bombing at Atlanta’s Centennial Park wasn’t the first terror attack on U.S. soil, but it changed how investigators and experts viewed domestic terrorism and the threat Americans posed to their own country.

We speak with former U.S. intelligence and counterterrorism official Malcolm Nance. He now serves as the executive director of the Terror Asymmetrics Project on Strategy, Tactics & Radical Ideology, and authored “The Terrorism Recognition Handbook.”

We also talk to Anthony Lemieux, director of the Global Studies Institute and a Professor of Global Studies and Communication at Georgia State University’s Transcultural Conflict and Violence Initiative. He’s also an adjunct associate professor at Emory University’s School of Medicine and Rollins School of Public Health.