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The War on Terror: An Update on Public Opinion
Discusses recent terrorist attacks in London. By Karlyn H. Bowman. (AEI 7/13/05) Read More...


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Markets and the British Can Deal with Terrorism
Discusses the effects of terrorist attacks on the economy. By Kevin A. Hassett. (AEI 7/14/05) Read More...


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Publicists for Jihad
Discusses how Muslims in London feel that there is a "double standard" that condemns the killing of innocents in London while ignoring the killing of innocents in Iraq. The article further analyzes ne... Read More...


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Enemies of Freedom Underestimate Us
A Financial Times columnist lays out his plan for fighting terrorism. By Martin Wolf (FT, July 13, 2005 - no subscription required on day of publication). Read More...


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Iraq, Internet fuel growth of global jihad
This article discusses how the use of the Internet has made it possible for a so called "global jihad" to be functional throughout the world as well as how the war in Iraq has become a motivating forc... Read More...


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The new Al Qaeda: local franchises
This article examines the less sophisticated, more localized attacks by al Qaeda which are difficult to detect and are just as effective at communicating their message. By Peter Grier (Christian Scie... Read More...


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How the U.S. shortchanged the war
The author argues that even in the midst of the London bombings, the U.S. is and has been sidetracked by Iraq. He states that this has diverted precious resources from fighting global terror as well ... Read More...


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We can't win this war the old way
The author argues that the current "war on terrorism" cannot be won by armies, but must be waged by skilled intelligence at home, a solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict, etc. By Timothy Garton A... Read More...


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Al-Qaeda has changed; Bush strategy also needs to shift
Retired General Clark argues that the U.S. must confront terrorism not only through intelligence and special operations, but by also attacking the ideology which promotes terrorism. He also advocates... Read More...


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Secret Plan To Quit Iraq
A leaked document supposedly written by Defence Secretary John Reid for Tony Blair, describes a large reduction in both U.K. and U.S. forces in Iraq by early 2006. By Simon Walters (The Mail on Sunda... Read More...


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Al Qaeda's Smart Bombs
The author examines the nationality and background of bin Laden sponsored terrorists who killed themselves since 1995. More importantly, he looks at the nationality of their targets to reveal a patte... Read More...


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The True Face of Terror in London and Baghdad
The managing editor of a Beirut-based English-language daily argues that committing resources & serious effort to a better future for the Middle East is the only way to combat terrorism, wherever it m... Read More...


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Why the Bombings in London are not the Work of 'Islamic' Terrorists
London's metropolitan police commissioner responded that there was not enough information yet to point fingers, but that the culprits certainly were not Islamic terrorists, because Islam and terrorism... Read More...


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Accept that the Terrorist Threat is here to Stay
A journalist from a leading UK newspaper argues that the best response to the terrorist attacks on London is a combination of keeping a vigilant eye while carrying on with business as usual. It is th... Read More...


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Attacks Bear Earmarks Of Evolving Al Qaeda
The authors discuss the traits of an al Qaeda attack evident in the London bombings. They also examine this attack as an indication of a more decentralized al Qaeda organization. By Steve Coll and S... Read More...


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Middle East Condemns London Bombings
Hizbullah joins regional condemnation of suspected Al-Qaeda attack on humanitarian, moral & religious grounds. By staff (Daily Star, June 8 2005). Read More...


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Our Ally, Our Problem
The author discusses the fact that many convicted and alleged terrorists come from the growing Muslim population in London. He identifies several reasons for why young Muslims in the U.K. are, and wi... Read More...


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If It's a Muslim Problem, It Needs a Muslim Solution
The author provides an argument that a solution must come from within the Muslim "village" in order to halt terrorist attacks which are increasing the isolation and mistrust between the West and Musli... Read More...


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Armed Forces Stretched Beyond Limit
A recent audit of the British Military reveals potentially serious deficiencies in training, equipment, and funds which are being strained by increased global operations. By Thomas Harding (London Da... Read More...


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Brussels Sprouts
Friedman writes that, like an anecdotal story about a child who professes to like brussels sprouts, but not enough to eat them, China and Europe are opposed to nuclear proliferation, but not enough to... Read More...


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Sizzle Yes, But Beef, Too
Friedman writes that the Democratic Party in the United States could learn a lot from Tony Blair's leadership of the Labor Party in Britain. By Thomas L. Friedman. (New York Times, 4/22/2005) Read More...


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Anti-Muslim discrimination in EU on the increase
Discrimination and intolerance against Muslims in the EU have increased since the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001, a new report released yesterday (7 March) by the International Helsinki Federa... Read More...


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Report on Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims in the EU
Discrimination and intolerance against Muslims in the EU have increased since the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001, a new report released yesterday (7 March) by the International Helsinki Federa... Read More...


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Bloggers will rescue the right
For decades the national conversation in most western countries has been directed by a few talking heads. Newspapers play important roles but all the evidence suggests that broadcasters have possessed... Read More...


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Rice warns Russia on democracy
On a diplomatic quest to improve relations with Europe, Rice ventures further east, to Russia, where she brings pressure for a stronger protection of human rights and the establishment of a democratic... Read More...


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Can the ‘Special’ US-UK Relationship Survive?
Just when one thinks Tony Blair has had enough of standing shoulder to shoulder with his American counterpart, he surprises us all. His credibility in the eyes of his own public. By Linda S. Heard. (... Read More...


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Parliamentary accountability in EU foreign and defence
Authors call for additional debate regarding EU enlargement. By Stelios Stavridis & Anna Vallianatou. (Hellenic Center for International Studies Note: access through Articles/Publications on site) Read More...


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Blair's vision of a new world order is critically tainted
The legacy of Iraq is that intervention will be seen as vigilantism. (Guardian, 3/8/2004) Read More...


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IMF cautiously optimistic on UK
The UK economy has "weathered the global slowdown well", and growth could hit 3.1% this year. However, the IMF also warned Britain to keep a careful eye on public finances. (BBC, 3/5/2004) Read More...


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