Al Qaida’s Strategic Culture

Noel Lipana addresses the gap in literature on al-Qa’ida’s “strategic culture”; that is, the way that the group’s theological, historical, and psychological beliefs determine the strategic decisions they make. As al-Qa’ida is a global movement, this information is useful for counterterrorism forces at work both domestically (battling homegrown Islamic radicalism and immigrants pursuing a radical agenda) and abroad.

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