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Alison Lake is a staff writer at The Washington Post, and her work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers. She has written recently on Western Sahara and terrorism in North Africa for the Post and Foreign Policy magazine. She previously worked as a writer and editor for a Washington-area Islamic think tank, and consulted for several public policy organizations. Alison has written two books; Colonial Rosary is carried by over two-hundred university libraries. She lives outside Washington, D.C.