Aki Peritz

George Washington University

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A former CIA counter-terrorism analyst, Aki Peritz is a fellow at George Washington University's Center for Cyber and Homeland Security and the co-author of Find, Fix, Finish: Inside the Counterterrorism Campaigns that Killed bin Laden and Devastated Al-Qaeda

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We’ve heard from Nice about the day after the 3rd major attack in France in just 19 months. Now, more on the investigation and what might come next…

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By the deft use of social media, the Islamic State has projected an image of unity and determination that's helped to recruit new members.

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By the deft use of social media, the Islamic State has projected an image of unity and determination that's helped to recruit new members.

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The U.S. launched an airstrike campaign against ISIS in Syria yesterday. But that wasn’t the only group that was targeted. The U.S.

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The U.S. launched an airstrike campaign against ISIS in Syria yesterday. But that wasn’t the only group that was targeted. The U.S.

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