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‘Charlie Hebdo’ Is Not a Photo-Op | Foreign Policy
"After all, no message the White House could have delivered by having a senior official walk arm-in-arm with world leaders through the streets of Paris is more important than the one we should be receiving as a consequence of recent events. Which is that more than 13 years after 9/11, after spending trillions of dollars on what was billed as an all-out “War on Terror,” we are losing."
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january 2015 by conner
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