Al Qaeda's Decentralization
Al-Qaeda’s Waning Influence Isn’t an End to International Jihad
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  • free_agent

    I suspect jihadism is also driven by the social dislocations caused by industrialization, somewhat like the “anarchists” of the late 1800s in Europe and the US. And a huge fraction of the world is going to be industrialized over the next few decades.

  • Jacksonian_Libertarian

    It is best to let the enemy tell you how to defeat him. The things that terrorists most complain about, like UAV missile attacks, Democracy, other organized religions, women’s rights, education, vaccinations, etc… These are the things the terrorists find most threatening, and the west should focus on going after the low hanging fruit first.

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