Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts FPRI’s Barak Mendelsohn Quoted in The Globe Post

FPRI’s Barak Mendelsohn Quoted in The Globe Post

FPRI’s Barak Mendelsohn Quoted in The Globe Post


The Globe Post

Despite military victories against terror groups, such as the Islamic State, al-Qaeda, and their affiliates, acts of terrorism are still common around the world, claiming lives and creating fear. Though terrorist groups have lost territory, there is still public despair over their power after every attack.

Experts on jihadism and terrorism say the ideology is rapidly changing, both on the ground and online.

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