May

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Counter-terrorism: the new face of war

The assassination of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden did more than knock off America's Public Enemy Number One, it formalized a new kind of warfare.

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House almost passes Afghanistan pullout call

Obama has set July 1 to start the drawdown of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, but the amendment's supporters fear that as few as 5,000 troops may be withdrawn initially.

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Libya ceasefire, not another endless war

The battle in Libya looks like a stalemate, and the danger is that steps will be taken to escalate the fighting in order to break the impasse.

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Mr. Y weighs in on U.S. foreign policy

In the seats of U.S. imperial power, wome want to fully restore the supremacy that the U.S. enjoyed a half century ago, but others are ready to adapt to new realities.

Osama bin Laden is dead, Obama come home

I feel no relief at the assassination of Osama bin Laden. I thought I would - his leading role in the attack on the Twin Towers nearly killed my wife.

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Osama bin Laden and the way forward

The end of Osama bin Laden closes one ugly chapter, and let's make sure it does not open another one.