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Experts: Terrorists Can Be Their Own Worst Enemies

Many anti-terrorism experts contend that modern terrorism is evolving at such speed that counterterrorism strategies are falling behind. But others note that the newly morphed terrorists can be their own worst enemies. After the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the U.S., counterterrorism was focused on preventing another such "spectacular" assault. But 14 years later, the new "spectacular" was the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris, which was low-scale and low-tech...

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