Global Agenda Council on Terrorism 2012-2014
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With the capture of Osama bin Laden and the winding down of the wars of 9/11, the field of terrorism is facing an important new inflection point. Policy-makers and scholars are debating whether the war against terror will continue to be as important and urgent as it was over the past decade. They are also debating what the implications of success would mean for the institutions created to keep the world safe from terrorists.

Tuesday 1 June 2010