Why the Death of Osama bin Laden has made the United States Safer; Strategic insights: v.10, issue 2, (Summer 2011)
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"The United States is safer after the death of Osama bin Laden for three reasons: 1) its effect on our enemies; 2) its effect on our relationship with Pakistan; 3) and its effect on the rising generation of young men--mostly Muslim and Arab--who might otherwise have been vulnerable to bin Laden's ideology."
This article appeared in Strategic Insights (Summer 2011), v.10 no.2, p.51-53
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