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Any attempts to prosecute those responsible for the torture of prisoners under George Bush have been dropped.
Now that the US has in effect called Netanyahu's bluff, will the Israeli leader make a fateful throw of the dice?
Republican politicians' attack on a Muslim State Department official echoes the Communist witch-hunts of an earlier era.
The best course open to the US, lest Mali become the next Yemen, might well be to continue to watch, wait - do nothing.
Even in a country ravaged by terror and political myopia, there is still reason to hope for the future, says author.
Twenty years ago, Algeria's military cancelled elections when it became clear that Islamists would win.
Involving India in the US war in Afghanistan could further polarise Pakistan and turn the country into a proxy war.
Short-term counterterrorism efforts undermine the United States' long-term goals: to prevent safe havens for terrorists.
American cluelessness of Pakistani attitudes toward the jailed Dr Shakil Afridi is what is so disturbing in this affair.
The military successes touted by Barack Obama in his speeches are essentially hollow, says author.
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