FP’s bin Laden Coverage
It’s been quite a week here at FP. Here’s a quick guide to all the articles we’ve posted in response to bin Laden’s death: Features: Don’t get cocky America: Al Qaeda is still deadly without Osama bin Laden – By Daveed Gartenstein-Ross Osama’s dead, but how much does it matter? An FP roundtable on the ...
It's been quite a week here at FP. Here's a quick guide to all the articles we've posted in response to bin Laden's death:
It’s been quite a week here at FP. Here’s a quick guide to all the articles we’ve posted in response to bin Laden’s death:
Don’t get cocky America: Al Qaeda is still deadly without Osama bin Laden – By Daveed Gartenstein-Ross
Osama’s dead, but how much does it matter? An FP roundtable on the afterlife of the world’s most wanted man
Osama bin Who? A decades of denials and downplaying from Pakistani leaders. – By Charles Homans, Joshua Keating and David Kenner
Abottabad: Bin Laden’s final home Osama couldn’t have picked a more unlikely place to hide out – By Cameron Abadi
We Told You So India cackles of the news of bin Laden’s death in Pakistan- By Henry Foy
The Lies They Tell Us Can the Pakistani government’s web of deceit survive the death of Osama bin Laden? – By Mosharraf Zaidi
Spinning Osama One thing is clear from the wildly divergent arguments about what comes next after the al Qaeda leader’s killing: You can find a pundit willing to say anything – By Blake Hounshell
Think Again: Al Qaeda The world’s most notorious terrorist organization was never quite what Americans thought it was — and Osama bin Laden’s death doesn’t mean it’s down for the count – Daniel Byman
Wanted: Charismatic Terror Mastermind. Some Travel Required How will al Qaeda pick its new leader? – By Leah Farrall
Kill Teams A short history of state-ordered hits in foreign lands – By Joshua Keating
Tortured Logic The United States didn’t need to waterboard anyone to get Osama bin Laden – By Matthew Alexander
Slide Show: Osama the Icon The global cult of the terrorist mastermind
Manhunt A visual history of the search for Osama bin Laden
Killer Seals A rare behind the scenes glimpse at the nation’s most elite military unit
The Killer’s Lair Scenes from Osama bin Laden’s hideout
War Dog There’s a reason they brought one to get Osama bin Laden – By Rebecca Frankel
The AfPak Channel:
Pakistan Caught in a Web of Lies – By Arif Rafiq
What Does This Mean for Afghanistan’s Longest Ever War? – By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
The Legacy of the War on Terror – Matthieu Atkins
The Future of the U.S. Pakistan Relationship – By Shuja Nawaz
The Internet Jihadis React – By Aaron Zelin
Osama Was the Least of Pakistan’s Problems – By Madiha Sattar
The U.S. and Pakistan Are Still Stuck With Each Other – By Lisa Curtis
Business as Usual Won’t Do in Afghanistan and Pakistan – By Brian Katulis
The U.S. Shouldn’t Hold Pakistan’s Military Against its Civilians – By C. Christine Fair
In Pakistan, Many Questions and Few Answers – By Shaheryar Mirza
Abottabad and International Law – By Mary Ellen O’Connell
Why Obama Chose Seals Not Drones – By Gregory S. MacNeal
Salvaging the U.S.-Pakistani Relationship – By Huma Yusuf
Pakistan’s Investigation – By Mark Schneider
What Now for Afghan Reconciliation? – By Michael Wahid Hanna
Inside the Pakistan Taliban – By Daud Khattak
Pakistan’s Militant Milieu – By Stephen Tankel
After truthers and birthers, deathers?
Great moments in baseless bin Laden speculation: Stephonopolous vs. Ahmadinejad
Uzbekistan, North Korea ignore bin Laden news
Why were we so sure bin Laden was on dialysis?
Buried bin Laden boffo for book business!
The timeline of the mission to kill bin Laden
Pakistan ambassador: Missing bin Laden was either "incompetence" or overconfidence"
Clinton: Taliban more likely to negotiate after bin Laden’s death
Congress preparing options to cut Pakistani aid
Newly released docs show over a decade of U.S. frustration with Pakistan over bin Laden
Bin Laden: In death as in life, much smaller than meets the eye
The death of Osama changes little… but what it may change is ominous
Sorting through the moral and ethical confusion surrounding the Osama mission
Will Obama’s most Bush-like moment free the true Obama?
Winners and losers of the week Osama died
What bin Laden’s death really means
Did the United States murder bin Laden?
Was catching bin Laden worth the money?
A day to remember that the work is not over – By Peter Feaver
On Osama bin Laden – By Kori Schake
Ding dong the witch is dead! Now what? – By Mary Habeck
Beyond bin Laden – By Thomas Mahnken
A moment of pride – By Will Inboden
Tracing the path to Abottabad – By Paul Miller
Declare victory, wind down the war, and return to real interests
Was it necessary to kill bin Laden?
U.S. relations with Pakistan: Heading south so fast it’s not funny – By Tom Ricks
Yes, be angry with Pakistan, but don’t go nuts – By Hilary Synott
Daniel Drezner:Why killing bin Laden is a big F***ing deal
Marc Lynch: Bin Laden’s quiet end
Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating
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