Do drone strikes drive recruitment or degrade terrorist networks?
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Do drone strikes really drive terrorist recruitment? Interviews with militants, tribal leaders, and Pakistani intelligence suggest it might not.
After two years in the wilderness, al-Qaeda sympathizers in Syria are coalescing around a new organization.
What role did al-Qaeda play in shaping Boko Haram? Jacob Zenn responds to Alexander Thurston.
The best strategy for defeating jihadism might involve managing a few extremists. Jordan can show us how it's done.
Despite the Islamic State's bitter split with al-Qaeda, it still relies on al-Qaeda's greatest hits to bring in new recruits.
Foreign law-enforcement officers are on the frontlines of the counterterrorism fight. The United States can help them help themselves.
In a country like Libya, it's easy to play six degrees of al-Qaeda. How close is is too close for the United States?
There might not be an overarching profile of the American female jihadi, but women are plotting, fundraising, and traveling abroad to join terrorist groups in growing numbers.
Barak Mendelsohn comes on the show to discuss his new book, The al-Qaeda Franchise: The Expansion of al-Qaeda and Its Consequences. Some of the topics covered include: