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  US in Pakistan: 'The Gloves Have Come Off'
  No al-Qaeda or Taliban Leader Killed in Recent US Strikes in Pakistan
  Raids Into Pakistan: What US Authority?
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The Asquith Analogy: Georgia Is the New Belgium  by Daniel Koffler
Pakistan's New President Is a Clone of Musharraf  by Eric Margolis
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