We signed on Jessica Stern, who is a lecturer in public policy at Kennedy and served on Clinton's NSC.
Instead of studying the roots of terrorism from an office in America, Jessica went to the source--Pakistan, India, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, and Indonesia. For five years she interviewed terrorist groups, from extremist seminaries in India and Pakistan to refugee camps in Lebanon to Christian cults in Texas.
She found that terrorism has become a way of life, a profession, that no amount of bombing can change. The War on Terror needs to be a battle for terrorist' minds, not for their camps and ammunition depots.