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Morgan Norval writes from Alexandria, Virginia.
Globalization is remaking the world in ways that will profoundly affect how people do business, govern themselves, and even make war.
The Taliban’s defeat may give the American people a false sense of security. They may convince themselves that we can vanquish those who launch terror attacks on us with the use of our push-button arsenal and massive airpower, precision missiles, and a modest use of ground forces.
Terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., have focused the attention of many on the dangers of militant Islam. But as usual, our vacuous talking heads and elites are overlooking the two most important aspects of the attack.
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