What We’ve Learned About Radicalization Since 7/7 London Bombings a Decade Ago

Floral wreaths lie beside a plaque bearing the names of victims at the 7/7 memorial, on the 10th anniversary of the attacks, in Hyde Park, London, on July 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Floral wreaths lie beside a plaque bearing the names of victims at the 7/7 memorial, on the 10th anniversary of the attacks, in Hyde Park, London, on July 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

As the UK marks the tenth anniversary of the July 7 London bombings, there is a sense that what was a terrible new phenomenon in...

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