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What many Americans seem to forget is that what began on Flight 93 continued in earnest on Oct. 7, 2001 - the day U.S. forces invaded Afghanistan.
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Many truths have emerged post-9/11; among them, we are a nation at war, and winning that war will take time.
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While no one can predict when the Kim dynasty will collapse, history offers some examples of how it could.
NATO’s intervention to prevent a bloodbath makes post-Qaddafi Libya NATO's problem.
Multiple disasters may also force Japan, America's closest and most important ally in the Asia-Pacific region, to turn inward.
Killing of bin Laden jolts nation while serving as a stark reminder that the United States is still a nation at war.
The American people and their military are offering Afghanistan the very opposite of what the Taliban promises by building schools, health clinics and more.
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American people, U.S. military need to prepare for a much different regime in Cairo – and a much more complicated security relationship.
Stuxnet computer worm may now be the signature weapon in the high-tech covert war against Iran.
As the president fights to end the global war against al-Qaida and the Taliban, little did he know that the fight would carry the United States into Yemen.