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Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011 Chasing Al Qaeda

  The New Republic September 15, 2011 Chasing Al Qaeda BYLINE: PETER BERGEN SECTION: Pg. 10 LENGTH: 1265 words I HAVE COVERED the story of violent jihadism for the past 18 years, and, more than anything else, it has been a slow process of discovery. Looking back, it seems clear to me that, at any […]

Study reveals the many faces of terrorism By Peter Bergen, CNN, and Andrew Lebovich, Special to CNN updated 8:44 AM EST, Sat September 10, 2011 STORY HIGHLIGHTS Recent terror alert renews concern about al Qaeda, authors say Their study shows domestic terrorism often comes from non-Islamist sources Non-Islamist terrorists have been more likely to seek […]

Foreign Affairs July 2011 – August 2011 Washington’s Phantom War Subtitle: The Effects of the U.S. Drone Program in Pakistan BYLINE: Peter Bergen and Katherine Tiedemann SECTION: Pg. 12 Vol. 90 No. 4 LENGTH: 3329 words PETER BERGEN is Director of the National Security Studies Program at the New America Foundation and the author of […]

  < How Bin Laden’s Death Has Affected Al-Qaida Copyright ©2011 National Public Radio®. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required. text size A A A Heard on Fresh Air from WHYY August 2, 2011 – TERRY GROSS, host: This is FRESH AIR. I’m Terry Gross. The 10th anniversary of the September […]

The Longest War: The Enduring Conflict between America and Al-Qaeda Filed in Current Events & Politics on August 1, 2011 with no comments by Peter Bergen Free Press, $28.00, 476 pages Al-Qaeda wouldn’t exist without America, and CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen’s The Longest War therefore focuses on the hows and whys from both […]

  CNN.com June 23, 2011 Thursday 4:09 AM EST Behind the scene of the Afghanistan troop withdrawal plan BYLINE: By Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst SECTION: U.S. LENGTH: 843 words   According to senior administration officials, the planning for President Barack Obama’s announcement for the drawdown from Afghanistan began in January of this year […]

  Washingtonpost.com June 19, 2011 Sunday 8:11 PM EST Where will the new boss take al-Qaeda? BYLINE: Peter Bergen SECTION: Outlook; Pg. B03 LENGTH: 1181 words There’s nothing like finally getting the top job after a decade of faithfully playing second fiddle to a high-profile boss. But for al-Qaeda’s Ayman al-Zawahiri, the dour Egyptian surgeon […]

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Federal News Service May 24, 2011 Tuesday HEARING OF THE SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE; SUBJECT: AL-QAIDA, THE TALIBAN AND OTHER EXTREMIST GROUPS IN AFGHANISTAN AND PAKISTAN; CHAIRED BY: SENATOR JOHN KERRY Enhanced Coverage Linking JOHN KERRY  -Search using: News, Most Recent 60 Days Biographies Plus News (D-MA); WITNESSES: PETER BERGEN, DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY […]

Don’t count on a peace deal with Taliban By Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst May 24, 2011 1:32 p.m. EDT STORY HIGHLIGHTS Peter Bergen says hopes of a peace deal with Taliban are unlikely to be realized He cites nine obstacles standing in the way of a negotiated settlement He says Taliban’s Mullah Omar […]

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