Some in India would like to see it emulate the SEAL attack on bin Laden.
Since the bin Laden raid, the Pakistani army’s anger at its chief over his relationship with the United States has come to a head.
Members of the Bush administration are still trying to justify “enhanced interrogation.”
First, it provides sanctuary to Osama bin Laden. Now it’s expanding its nuclear-weapons program.
Jihadism had passed Osama bin Laden by.
Did Navy SEALs “assassinate,” “murder,” or “kill” Osama bin Laden?
Phyllis Bennis: Message sent to Arab world was unilateral power, not justice.
Islamist extremists continue to have no qualms about targeting Muslims.
The plight of Guantanamo detainees is in jeopardy of being eclipsed and rationalized by Osama bin Laden’s death.
To some students celebrations over bin Laden’s death are more evidence of America’s militarization.
Why did Deputy National Security Advisor Brennan use decapitation as a metaphor for killing bin Laden?
Allowing bin Laden to be killed may have been Pakistan’s way of consenting to the Afghanistan peace process.
Bin Laden’s death is the intelligence world’s loss.
New Internationalism Director Phyllis Bennis gives her analysis of the demise of Osama Bin Laden, the need for a stronger International Criminal Court, and the reaction across the Arab Street.
Despite bin Laden’s death, the rallying cause for jihad still holds: U.S. support for Israel is as strong now as ever.