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The Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamic political movement that heads the national government in Egypt, faces a generational divide that poses significant challenges to the group as it works to extend its role in Egyptian society.
The Arab world is the one region that has been left out of the global trend toward greater embrace of democracy, but a successful shift from authoritarian regimes to democratic governments is possible there.
Although most European terrorism plots of jihadist inspiration over the last five years appear to have been conducted independently, the most serious ones have tended to involve operational connections to groups operating outside of Europe.
Deradicalizing Islamist extremists may be even more important than getting them to simply disengage from terrorist activities.
April 3, 2007 news release: RAND Study Finds Religiosity Can Be an Important Tool in Preventing the Spread of HIV-AIDS.