“Abu Dhabi think tank: War on terror demands an improved strategy”
The National wrote:
ABU DHABI // The GCC and the world must evolve their strategies to address the rising threat posed by terrorist organisations, said the president of an Abu Dhabi-based think tank.
Dr Ahmed Al Hamli, from Trends Research and Advisory, said armed groups such as ISIL were changing the character of modern war by making it more complex as national security mechanisms and criminal justice systems could not contain them.
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