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Archive of posts published in the tag: Osama bin Laden

Ethnocentric Diplomacy

  Foreign affairs is the most difficult area of government policy.  To be effective it requires a continuity and consistency that transcends presidential terms.  Impatience serves us well as an entrepreneurial economic growth engine, but it is our Achilles heel…

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An Imperfect War

Ever since the assassination of Bin Laden I have been pondering the war on terror. Some would say I was late to the game.  I was glad to see Bin Laden killed, but I stilled questioned the method. We invaded…

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The False Certainty of Anticipation

Earlier in the war we had received several reports of supposed sightings of both Mullah Omar and bin Laden, which all proved to be false. At one point I watched a Predator video feed of a tall, lanky man wearing…

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