Is ISIS changing its strategy?

    By Alexander Rosen
    From training camps in Iraq and Syria to lone wolf attackers, CNN's Jim Sciutto looks at how ISIS and its recruitment process have changed over time.
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    Jim Sciutto

    Chief National Security Correspondent
    Jim Sciutto is the Chief National Security Correspondent for CNN, based in Washington. He hosts "The Brief" for CNN.
Beijing, CHINA: A US and a Chinese flag wave outside a commercial building in Beijing, 09 July 2007. US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice 06 July 2007 accused China of flouting the rules of global trade in its headlong economic expansion as the US administration "has not been hesitant" to deploy trade tools against China, including a complaint lodged with the World Trade Organization over copyright piracy. AFP PHOTO/TEH ENG KOON (Photo credit should read TEH ENG KOON/AFP/Getty Images)
Beijing, CHINA: A US and a Chinese flag wave outside a commercial building in Beijing, 09 July 2007. US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice 06 July 2007 accused China of flouting the rules of global trade in its headlong economic expansion as the US administration "has not been hesitant" to deploy trade tools against China, including a complaint lodged with the World Trade Organization over copyright piracy. AFP PHOTO/TEH ENG KOON (Photo credit should read TEH ENG KOON/AFP/Getty Images)

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