Al-Shabaab, a brutal Somalian insurgency, has attacked inside Uganda. How much should this international Islamic terrorism concern the U.S. and how can, or should, the U.S. respond? The Atlantic Wire has collected informed editorials on the matter: “Foreign Policy’s Elizabeth Dickinson writes, ‘In Somalia’s two-decade history of ungoverned chaos, it has been well-meaning foreign intervention — whether military or political — that has consistently refigured the country’s course. Usually, for the worse…There’s no substantive connection yet, but al-Qaeda analyst Leah Farrall says we should keep our eyes peeled for a possible merger.”
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