Security

See Something, Say Nothing

We are all suspicious now

We are all suspicious now.

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The NSA Uproar Is Good for America—And Obama

Is our post-9/11, permanent-war mindset finally fading?

Is our post-9/11, permanent-war mindset finally fading?

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It's Impossible to Make Marathons Safe

The Boston bombing was a tragedy we can't prevent

The Boston bombing was a tragedy we can't prevent.

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The American Voices of the Islamist Regime in Iran

Two former U.S. officials make the case for accommodation

How did two former members of the National Security Council come to support a repressive theocracy?

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Don’t Fear the Reaper

Two days with the extremely anxious drone lobby

Two days with the extremely anxious drone lobby.

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Courting Disaster

A new idea to limit drone strikes could actually legitimize them

On Sunday, Robert Gates, the former Pentagon chief for Presidents Obama and Bush, endorsed an idea that has been floated by Democratic lawmakers in the wake of John O. Brennan's confirmation hearings to be CIA Director: a drone court that would review the White House’s targeted killings of American citizens linked to al Qaida.

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