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Al Awlaki killing: Another Obama counter-terrorism success

The successful strike on Al Awlaki today is yet another success in Obama’s greatly expanded counter-terrorism offensive and his use of armed UAVs as the center of that campaign. The death of the American citizen cleric is notable, too, because … Continue reading >

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The United States vs Al Qaeda: Who’s winning?

The Power Problem: Part of a series of views on lessons learned in the exercise of American power in the decade since 9/11. By Stephen Walt Who won the war between the United States and Al Qaeda? ¬†Which side is … Continue reading >

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9/11: Not just About Us

The Power Problem: Part of a series of views on lessons learned in the exercise of American power in the decade since 9/11. By Graham Allison Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs The 10th anniversary of the September … Continue reading >

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Can al-Qaeda pull off another large-scale attack in the US?

The Power Problem: Part of a series of views on lessons learned in the exercise of American power in the decade since 9/11. By Rolf Mowatt-Larssen Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Reflecting on the tenth anniversary … Continue reading >

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The power of the Shamal

Having wandered recently among the orange-red dunes of the Arabian desert, my mind is filled with analogies about shifting sands, blurred vision, and the stark clarity that can come when the winds settle down.¬† The winds on this peninsula and … Continue reading >

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