Not once does he mention what the “poison” is.
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Terrorism remains a global threat. In recent days alone, we have seen carnage in Yemen, as well as a despicable attack against the French magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Our response to brutality and extremism cannot be limited to military action, important as it is. We must engage in wide-ranging efforts, including by addressing the conditions that give rise to such poison in the first place. There is also a need for greater attention to the nexus of extremism and organized crime; this year’s Crime Congress in April in Qatar can help strengthen criminal justice systems for this work.

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