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Is US Losing a Key Part of the War on Terror?

Sixteen years after the United States launched its war on terror, there are nagging concerns that aspects of the war have not gone well. And when it comes to the battle of ideas, some experts and officials fear the U.S. may be losing. “There is an element to killing the jihadists, so they can’t...
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