"We cannot defend ourselves against an enemy that we cannot define," according to Katherine Zimmerman of the American Enterprise Institute. "But as we look to define the broader Al-Qaeda network, calling something 'Al-Qaeda' does not necessarily warrant the immediate use of military action...we must not define the enemy down."
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