, Volume 67, Number 4

Jason Burke
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Jason Burke is currently the South Asia Correspondent for the Guardian and the Observer newspapers. His first book, which argued that al Qaeda should be seen as much as an ideology as an organisation, appeared in 2003. A new work, The 9-11 Wars, is published this September.

Jason Burke argues that the threat posed by al Qaeda ten years on from 9/11 has weakened with regards to its senior leadership, its network of affiliates and its broader ideology.

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