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Afghan army, police pose growing risk to U.S., NATO troops By Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst updated 2:10 PM EDT, Thu March 29, 2012 Afghan police trainees practice using their guns as a German policeman watches near Camp Marmal in Afghanistan. STORY HIGHLIGHTS Peter Bergen: NATO troops falling victim to shooting by Afghan forces […]

Widow tells how bin Laden lived on the run By the CNN Wire Staff updated 8:36 PM EDT, Fri March 30, 2012 Bin Laden fathered children on the run STORY HIGHLIGHTS Osama bin Laden’s family "scattered" after the 9/11 attacks, widow tells police The al Qaeda leader lived undetected in Pakistan for many years He […]

Saturday, Mar 31, 2012 Al Qaeda responds to CNN

Al Qaeda responds to CNN By Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst March 31, 2011 7:56 a.m. EDT A prominent al Qaeda leader, Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, disputes Peter Bergen’s view of Middle East revolutions. STORY HIGHLIGHTS Peter Bergen says al Qaeda must view Arab revolutions with despair Prominent al Qaeda leader al Awlaki says […]

CIA drone war in Pakistan in sharp decline By Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst, and Jennifer Rowland, Special to CNN updated 8:25 AM EDT, Tue March 27, 2012 STORY HIGHLIGHTS Authors: America’s drone war in Pakistan is much diminished They say it’s a victim of a deeply troubled relationship between U.S., Pakistan U.S. raid […]

  Nat Geo presenta las últimas horas de Osama Bin Laden El canal presentará el próximo domingo a las 11 p.m. el estreno de Los últimos días de Bin Laden, una producción que seguirá los pasos de una de las misiones más delicadas y secretas que eliminó al objetivo terrorista número uno de Estados Unidos. […]

Bin Laden’s final days — big plans, deep fears By Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst updated 6:16 PM EDT, Fri March 16, 2012 The compound where Osama bin Laden lived in his final years — and died. STORY HIGHLIGHTS Peter Bergen: Osama bin Laden’s final writings show al Qaeda felt under siege He says […]

Sunday, Jan 22, 2012 TIME OUT New York, Longest War

Books     Q&A: Peter Bergen CNN national-security analyst talks Al Qaeda and his latest, The Longest War. By Rob Orchard Peter Bergen What was bin Laden like when you met him in 1997? I was expecting a table-thumping revolutionary, but he turned out to be very low-key, quite thoughtful and intelligent. He had been […]

COVER STORY: Not yet the end IS America’s longest war over? As I write this review, Osama bin Laden’s death has just been announced and journalist and al Qaeda expert Peter Bergen is on CNN discussing the implications of this development on the ‘war on terror’. Bin Laden and al Qaeda were so closely linked […]

Thursday, Jan 05, 2012 The Essential Terror Books; Newsweek

Newsweek May 16, 2011 U.S. Edition The Essential Terror Books; Osama bin Laden is dead. These nine titles will help you understand his life. BYLINE: By Bryan Curtis and Nick Summers SECTION: OMNIVORE; Pg. 58 Vol. 157 No. 20 ISSN: 0028-9604 LENGTH: 912 words The Osama bin Laden story has always been large, suited to book-length […]

The Guardian (London) – Final Edition September 3, 2011 Saturday Review: 10 of the best post-9/11 books SECTION: GUARDIAN REVIEW PAGES; Pg. 4 LENGTH: 254 wordsThe Wasted Vigil by Nadeem Aslam (Faber) A heartbreaking novel set amid the unresolved and probably unresolvable antagonisms of post-Taliban Afghanistan. The Fear of Barbarians by Tzvetan Todorov (Polity) A […]

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