Terrorism Out of Weak States

Terrorist groups operating in weak and fragile countries continue to threaten Western interests. Since 9/11, the war on al-Qaeda and its allies has evolved and there are reports that the United States is increasing intelligence and military operations in critical states of concern. In a Carnegie Q&A series, leading experts on weak states and counterterrorism analyze the threats emerging out of these countries and offer policy recommendations for the international community.

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