Local experts: New era of terrorism constantly evolving

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“It’s not as if the issue of Islamic fundamentalism and the various threats emerging out of the region are associated only with this one group,” said Daniel Rothenberg, co-Director of ASU’s Center on the Future of War and professor of practice at the School of Politics and Global Studies. “And similarly, there are so many complex root causes of these movements that it seems unlikely that the dismantling of a particular group means that the root cause’s driving interest and support will disappear simply because a group is defeated militarily.”

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Daniel Rothenberg is senior fellow and co-director of New America's Future of War project. He is a professor of practice in the School of Politics and Global Studies, and the Lincoln Fellow for Ethics and International Human Rights Law at Arizona State University.