The most lethal terrorist organization in the world

Tim Krieger and Daniel Meierrieks (Freiburg): Does Income Inequality Lead to Terrorism? Evidence from the Post-9/11 Era. Christos Boukalas (Cardiff): Class War on Terror: Counterterrorism, Accumulation, Crisis. Albert W. Klein and Dimitrios Delibasis (Westminster): The Need for Attribution in the Era of Global Networked Terrorism. Antonios E. Kouroutakis (CUHK): Islamic Terrorism: The Legal Impact on the US and Europe. Jon Schwartz on how Cheney thought al Qaeda was bluffing. “The true ugly face of America”: Adam Jacobson on Al Qaeda’s propaganda use of Guantanamo Bay and implications for US counterterrorism. Could the group long considered the most lethal terrorist organization in the world be the best option left in the Middle East for the US and its allies? Ahmed Rashid on why we need al-Qaeda. How Isis crippled al-Qaida: Shiv Malik, Ali Younes, Spencer Ackerman and Mustafa Khalili on the inside story of the coup that has brought the world’s most feared terrorist network to the brink of collapse. Yes, Bush helped create ISIS — and set up the Middle East for a generation of chaos. We caused ISIS and we can’t stop it, but it may eat itself eventually. What should we do if the Islamic State wins? Live with it. Can gay marriage defeat the Islamic State? Rosa Brooks wonders. ISIS is trying to take over Lebanon — this Christian village is on the front lines. Is ISIS’s capital city under threat? Zack Beauchamp investigates.