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Peter Bergen is CNN's national security analyst, a director at the New America Foundation and the author of "Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for bin Laden -- From 9/11 to Abbottabad." Saeed al-Shihri, in a video message posted to jihadist websites.
Several American professionals have argued against the concept of keeping no US armies in conflict torn Afghanistan after 2014, saying that this will boost hardline Taliban managers against any reconciliation converses. "
A warm May evening in New York City was a pleasant setting for the first night of Book Expo revelr y; in the space of fou r hours, I had made it to three parties, and I'm still standing. Each party was its own little mysterious world, with
Humans are great at self-delusion, the polymath philosopher Nassim Nicholas Taleb has observed. I'm confident he'd agree that the humans who populate the foreign policy community are no exception. Two years ago this month, Osama bin Laden was killed
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The author of best-sellers about Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida is working on a book about terrorists in the U.S. Crown Publishers announced Monday that CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen has a deal for a definitive book on homegrown terrorism.
Suggested Topics The final days of Osama Bin Laden bore parallels to Adolf Hitler in his bunker. Conceiving unfeasible strategies for the drone-bombed remnants of al-Qa'eda, he viewed videos of his glory days. Yet, as Bergen notes in this
Two years later, the story of Osama bin Laden's death remains a high-interest topic. Here are some of the key stories we've published since the world's most-wanted terrorist was killed, from the first breaking news story to the latest disputes over
CNN's national security analyst Peter Bergen twice suggested that "right-wing extremists" could be behind Monday's Boston Marathon bombings. Appearing on CNN's live coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing with host Jake Tapper, Bergen was asked to
Webster is professor and director of the Center for Gun Policy and Research at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. James Alan Fox: Gun control or carry permit won't stop mass murder If one thing is predictable about mass shootings, however, is