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The House Always Wins

As most of America knows by now, Osama bin Laden, the man credited with the September 11 attacks, was killed over the weekend in a luxurious compound in a suburb of Islamabad, Pakistan. With this news, America, a country that … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “Is Yemen the Next Afghanistan?”

by Deborah Bloom Unlike a traditional news story, Robert F. Worth’s article, “Is Yemen the Next Afghanistan?” published in July’s New York Times magazine, is an enterprise project that explores the trend of Islamic radicalism that is breeding in the … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Karzai ‘holds talks’ with Haqqani

by Deborah Bloom The article I chose on Al Jazeera English‘s news site reports on a Pakistan-backed terrorist group, the Haqqani network, starting face-to-face talks with Afghan president, Hamid Karzai. In order to prepare for the withdrawal of U.S. troops, Afghanistan … Continue reading

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