What's Next for the War on Terror

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The New York Times has ceased publication of its daily section that featured exhaustive coverage of the response to the attacks on New York and Washington and of the war on terrorism overseas. Although military action continues in Afghanistan, news about terrorism and the war against it no longer dominates newscasts or front pages. There's sharp disagreement about what's been learned since September 11 about the use of power and America's relations with the rest of the world. We consider what's been accomplished, what's happening to the war, and what's likely to happen next with journalists and foreign policy analysts Chalmers Johnson and Dan Gour-.
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