Tag Archives: Terrorism

3,520 days

Lest we forget the reasons. I wondered, walking to the white house last night, what the celebration was really about. It was not about the death of bin-Laden, for in the end he was just a symbol. And it wasn’t … Continue reading

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A Second Life

Jarret Brachman and Alix Levine pose an interesting theory about terrorist use of the internet in FP. Essentially they argue that online web forums use popular “gaming” techniques, such as establishing “rep points” or “likes,” which serve to entrench individuals into … Continue reading

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Why Military Tribunals?

In light of Attorney General Eric Holder’s announcement, a few thoughts. For one, although it was not entirely his own decision, I believe the decision on military tribunals has more to do with pragmatism than the inability to fight Congress … Continue reading

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