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Al-Qaida After Ten Years of War - A Global Perspective of Successes, Failures, and Prospects - Iraq and Afghanistan, Pakistan, Arab Spring, Tuaregs, bin Laden, Egypt, al-Shabaab, al-Qaeda Progressive Management

Al-Qaida After Ten Years of War - A Global Perspective of Successes, Failures, and Prospects - Iraq and Afghanistan, Pakistan, Arab Spring, Tuaregs, bin Laden, Egypt, al-Shabaab, al-Qaeda

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Since the September 2001 attacks on the world Trade Center and the Pentagon, the United States has been at war with Al-Qaida. Over the past 10 years, counterterrorism efforts have disrupted its main training facilities and eliminated much of the coreMoreSince the September 2001 attacks on the world Trade Center and the Pentagon, the United States has been at war with Al-Qaida. Over the past 10 years, counterterrorism efforts have disrupted its main training facilities and eliminated much of the core leadership structure, including the mastermind Usama Bin Ladin. Despite this, Al-Qaida has proved resilient. while the core leadership has been compromised, regional Al-Qaida offshoots and affiliated Islamist terrorist groups have formed, developed, and become prominent in their own right. To aid in examining and explaining Al-Qaidas trajectory, the Minerva Initiative at Marine Corps University hosted a conference in the spring of 2011, just days before Bin Ladins demise. The panels at this conference addressed diverse issues such as Al-Qaidas overarching strategy- the degree of control that central Al-Qaida leadership maintains over regional franchises- and the strategies, tactics, successes, and failures in each theater of operation. The resulting papers in Al-Qaida after Ten Years of War contribute to the ongoing and ever-evolving net assessment of Al-Qaida and its future prospects, and they help inform the crafting of a war termination phase with Al-Qaida.Al-Qaida After Ten Years of War - A Global Perspective of Successes, Failures, and Prospects * 1. Keynote Address: The Deep Fight * 2. Al-Qaidas War with the United Nations and the State System * 3. Al-Qaidas Theater Strategy: Waging a World War * 4. East Africa and the Horn * 5. The State of Al-Qaida in Southeast Asia Ten Years since 9/11 * 6. Al-Qaida and Terrorism in the Arab East: Rise, Decline, and the Effects of Doctrine Revisions and the Arab Revolutions * 7. Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb * 8. Al-Qaida and Central Asia: A Slowly Developing and Multipurpose Presence * 9. Power by Proxy: Al-Qaida in Pakistan * 10. Toward a Differential Analysis of Al-Qaida and the Jihadist Terrorist Threat to Western European Nations * 11. Al-Qaida and the United States: A Panel PresentationTopics and subjects covered include: Bin Laden, Tuaregs, Egypt, Pakistan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Al-Shabaab, Afghanistan, Arab Spring, Algeria, Sahel