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The Most Dangerous Terrorist?

Foreign Policy recently surveyed terrorism experts. Worth pondering: Asked to name the world's most dangerous terrorist, counterinsurgency expert Andrew Exum wisely named not one of the obvious suspects like Osama bin Laden but "the terrorist whose actions precipitate a war...
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