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

While al-Qaeda and its affiliated groups still pose a serious threat to Americans, Islamic militant organizations once thought to be restricted purely to local infighting are adopting an increasingly international kill list, with or without assistance from Bin Laden’s former network.

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