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  • After the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, however, "we realized that terrorism is real and it is still out there," Mr. Hadley said.

    Threats blurred for U.S. after Cold War →

  • He said the Soviet threat and terrorism are "similar in that both are driven by an ideology," but terrorism can't "pose an existential threat to the continuation of our country but [is] an existential threat to the way of life as we live it."

    Threats blurred for U.S. after Cold War →

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