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Two expert panels will discuss the religious basis of Islamist terrorism and how or whether it should factor into a comprehensive US strategy to defeat extremists.

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Discussion on the House Committee on Benghazi calling for a third party to review Hillary Clinton’s private emails.

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A French special Police forces officer gestures as Police escorts a woman from a residential building during a raid in Saint-Priest, near Lyon, France, June 26, 2015. Reuters

It would be wise to dramatically step up training, arms supplies, support and whatever is needed to begin to reverse the Islamist tide, rather than waiting until the only solution is the commitment of US combat forces.

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A discussion over the terror attacks in France, Tunisia, and Kuwait, all of which occurred during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

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Covering a defense story today? Here’s the latest from the experts on the AEI defense team.

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Discussion on the United States giving military aid to Europe for the ongoing crisis regarding Russia and ISIS in the Middle East.

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A discussion on the State Department’s delayed terrorism report and what it may say about Iran.

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We need to stop decapitating terrorists, and start interrogating them again.

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A member of al Qaeda's Nusra Front climbs a pole where a Nusra flag was raised at a central square in the northwestern city of Ariha, after a coalition of insurgent groups seized the area in Idlib province May 29, 2015. Reuters

Al Qaeda’s expansion is occurring even as the Islamic State in Iraq and al Sham (ISIS) strengthens at an alarming rate. Any prospective 2016 presidential candidate should seek to answer these questions when considering how to reverse the tide.

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America’s military and intelligence services appeared to have mastered the craft of killing terrorist leaders, but time and again, leadership attrition alone has proven to be an insufficient condition to defeat an organization.

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