Al-Qaeda Rising?

Speakers:
Bruce O. Riedel Senior Fellow, Saban Center for Middle East Policy, The Brookings Institution; Author, ďAl-Qaeda Strikes Back,Ē May/June Foreign Affairs
Lawrence Wright Staff Writer, The New Yorker; Author, "The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11"
Presider:
Warren Bass Deputy Editor, Outlook, The Washington Post
Description

Despite the loss of its safe haven in Afghanistan, al-Qaeda continues to influence and inspire terrorists across the globe. Its followers and bases have become more diverse and dispersed, yet the implications of these changes for the United States are unclear. Join Bruce Riedel and Pulitzer Prize winner Lawrence Wright to discuss al-Qaeda’s evolving global role and how the United States can combat its spread.

To read Mr. Riedel’s article in Foreign Affairs, click here.

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