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America’s response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks
Dec 18, 2011 — Michelle Shephard & Eli Lake
Michelle's new book, "Decade of Fear"
How lazy thinking gave rise to Al Shabab
Michelle, on a boat, debates torture with Bush's CIA chief
Eli's conflicted feelings about waterboarding
The Yemeni detainee question
Is sending suspects to Guant
Nov 22, 2011 — Robert Wright & Heather Hurlburt
The Iran war cheerleaders: have we seen this movie before?
Heather: The debate over bombing presents a false choice
A recipe for endless war
Is Iran hawkishness spreading beyond the neocon choir?
Heather: Here's the right anti-war argument
Disrupting the hawks' frame game
Oct 19, 2011 — Arun Kundnani & David Schanzer
There's no link between Islamic piety and terrorism
When does counterterrorism violate the First Amendment?
David sees community policing as a model
Perverse consequences of domestic intelligence gathering
Arun denies the tradeoff between security and civil liberties
If you see something, say something?
Oct 7, 2011 — Brian Fishman & Daveed Gartenstein-Ross
Daveed: Anwar al-Awlaki will be hard to replace
The case for a national security court
Brian: FBI trainers unwisely endorsed Al Qaeda's view of Islam
A better way to do training about terrorism
What does Al Qaeda think about the Arab Spring?
The flytrap of electoral democracy
Sep 17, 2011 — Robert Wright & Scott Atran
Scott gives the war on terrorism a grade: D+
How does a nice young man become a jihadist?
How to starve Al Qaeda
Bob: The most dangerous guy in Al Qaeda will always exist
How should we have responded to 9/11?
Why can't we be friends?
Sep 14, 2011 — John Mueller & Eli Lake
John's new book, "Terror, Security, and Money"
Treating terrorism like earthquakes
John: Al Qaeda is like Lee Harvey Oswald
Are terrorists their own worst enemies?
Why the public resists cost-benefit analysis
Terrorism can never go away. So what should we do?
Sep 4, 2011 — Daveed Gartenstein-Ross & J.M. Berger
Daveed's new book, "Bin Laden's Legacy"
Should we still be afraid of Al Qaeda?
How terrorism is like the Rumble in the Jungle
Was intervening in Libya a bad idea?
The FBI's successful, expensive fight against domestic terrorists
Why not a Global War on Drunk Driving instead?
Aug 31, 2011 — Wajahat Ali & Tim Murphy
Wajahat's new report on Islamophobia, "Fear, Inc."
How Park51 became the Mega Mosque at Ground Zero
Who's a bigot, and who's just in it for the money?
The man behind the anti-Sharia movement
Is Rick Perry the Muslim-friendly GOP candidate?
America's Next Top Conspiracy Theory
Aug 19, 2011 — Eliza Griswold & Amy Waldman
Amy's new novel, "The Submission"
How the novel prefigured the "Ground Zero mosque" controversy
Transmuting Amy's reporting from Afghanistan into fiction
Competing claims on the 9/11 memorial
Amy: There is no single Islam
Creating a fictional 9/11 widow
Jul 31, 2011 — Wajahat Ali & Mollie Ziegler Hemingway
Wajahat: Breivik was inspired by American Islamophobes
Mollie: Don't marginalize bigots, engage them
Islamic terrorism vs. anti-Islamic terrorism
Islamophobia in the media
Do journalists exaggerate the role of religion in violence?
The right and wrong responses to terrorism
Jul 21, 2011 — Farhana Khera & Aziz Huq
Herman Cain rides a second wave of anti-Muslim fervor
Anti-Sharia legislation: a solution in search of a problem
How demagoguing on Islam feeds the Al Qaeda narrative
What accounts for the latest uptick in antipathy toward Muslims ...
... and what can be done about it?
What bigoted politicians and News of the World have in common
Jul 11, 2011 — David Schanzer & Eli Lake
A captured Somali terrorist and the stale war-vs.-crime debate
Are we overreacting to the threat of domestic terrorism?
Eli strongly critiques the Council on American-Islamic Relations
Could Herman Cain spur Muslim radicalization?
Will the war on terror ever end?
The case for an inconsistent Middle East policy