Al-Qaida has recruited an estimated 40,000 fighters since Sept. 11, 2001, when the Osama bin Laden-led extremist group attacked the United States, according to the not-for-profit Council on Foreign Relations. Despite a United States-led global “war on terror” that has cost $5.9 trillion...
Author - Christian Taylor
Christian Taylor is the co-founder of Warzone Initiatives and has served as the organization’s President and Director of Research since 2012. Under Christian’s leadership the organization has worked to address armed conflict involving non-state armed groups. They have pursued this end in Somalia, Gaza, Central African Republic, Afghanistan, Myanmar, and Colombia through initiatives including: humanitarian projects for displaced populations; stability programs for populations vulnerable to recruitment; conflict assessments; research projects; peace and reconciliation dialogues; and consultation of non-state armed groups, government agencies, and international organizations.
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