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Michael Posner

The rule of law

By Michael Posner
July 18, 2006

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AFTER THE terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, senior officials in the Bush administration crafted a strategy for combating the grave threat posed by Al Qaeda. At the heart of the resulting doctrine was the notion that the United States is fighting ``a global war against terror" that must be fought outside the constraints of existing law. Under these circumstances, ... (Full article: 693 words)

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