Peter Bergen and Foreign Policy Magazine have pulled together a very interesting survey of terrorism experts, who tend to believe that we are only slightly safer from terrorism today than we were in September of 2001. The most interesting comment in this survey comes from Andrew Exum, who said that the most dangerous terrorist today is the "terrorist whose actions precipitate a war between India and Pakistan." In other words, only one more Mumbai stands between the world and South Asian chaos. 

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