Depending on how stringently you follow the terrorism scene, you may have seen much of the information included in the U.S. State Department’s annual terrorism report already. But it’s nice to have it all in one place.
State’s just released annual terrorism report is for 2009, but given what we know about the past being prologue, it’s worth attention by security officials everywhere.
Al-Qaida remains the chief challenger to U.S. security around the world, as well as at home. The report adds that al-Qaida is continuing to try to partner with other terrorist groups, with varying degrees of success.
Not exactly cozy reading, but useful nonetheless.