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At long last, the military appears to be gearing up to try some of the
Guantánamo Bay prisoners.
If Americans have done their best to forget the war, so have the
This article is an expanded version of Stephen F. Cohen's commentary in the May 5 issue.
During the cold war, nuclear strategic doctrine was riven by a
The suicide attacks in Riyadh, which Saudi officials blamed on Al Qaeda,
were barbarous acts.
In the name of fighting terrorism, the Army has established a domestic command.
In this space last week, I commented that the choice for the United
States in North Korea was probably between a catastrophic war and
permitting North Korea to keep its nuclear program and its
With Baghdad conquered, the fog of prewar has started to clear.
Tom Friedman doesn't care if the United States ever finds weapons of
mass destruction in Iraq.
(A preventive-war anthem sung to the tune of "Trees," by Joyce
Kilmer, with piano accompaniment)