December 29, 2003


The War on Terror has had an unintended, and welcome, side effect; world peace. Since September 11, 2001, and the aggressive American operations against terrorist organizations, several long time wars have ended, or moved sharply in that direction. Many of these wars get little attention in American media, but have killed hundreds of thousands of people over the last decade.

What follows is an interesting story of the Bush Administration’s successful multilateral approach to the War On Terror, with this conclusion: “And hardly anyone noticed.”

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