The growing prevalence of terrorist ideologies that organize and encourage attacks without formal organizational structures will require analysts and policymakers to rethink their definitions.
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Foreign fighters remain a powerful jihadist force worth understanding.
The United States has a range of options for its new Afghanistan policy.
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The presence of international terrorist groups may grow in the months and years ahead, but there are steps the United States can take to mitigate the risks.