Tag Archives: The United States of Fear

Obama’s Cardinal Sin

Why is the U.S. president so keen on excelling by doing his very own opposition’s bidding? Is it because he is a non-politician and utter elitist?

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Post-Boston: A More Effective Battle of Ideas (Part II)

With a deeper knowledge of the various kinds of terrorism that have emerged, how does the United States engage in an effective battle of ideas?

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Post-Boston: Keep Calm and Think Clearly (Part I)

What can the Boston Marathon bombings teach the United States about employing more effective forms of countering violent extremism?

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The Terrorism Endgame: Lessons from the War on Anarchy (Part I)

How is the “war on terror” akin to the war on anarchy the West waged a little over a century ago?

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Dateline New York: A Lesson from 9/11

What is the only sure way to defeat terrorism in the United States and abroad?

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U.S. History and the War on Terrorism

In what direction will the United States’ military power take it?

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The Closing of the American Border

How is the United States treating its foreign visitors?

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Diplomacy in the Age of Terror (Part I)

Why are the means by which the United States has answered its terrorist foes demonstrably not working?

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Terrorism — A Confusing Target for the United States

Does the United States need a more nuanced approach?

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Why Pakistan Matters

The 9/11 Commission report maps out a U.S. policy toward Pakistan.

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