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Michael J. Totten is a journalist who has reported from the Middle East, the Balkans, and the Caucasus. His work appears in various publications, Web sites, and on his blog.
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Totten's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times,[1] City Journal, the New York Daily News,[2] The Jerusalem Post, the Daily Star of Lebanon, Reason magazine, Commentary,[3] LA Weekly, Front Page, Tech Central Station, and the Australian edition of Newsweek.
 

Most of the world is celebrating Osama Bin Laden’s demise and singing the praises of the Navy Seals but, once again, we’re hearing about this historical event from the top of the food chain: the head of the military and government.

Bob Minnino
How does the ‘average’ man or woman view these events and how are the people of the Middle East likely to view the death of Bin Laden? Robert Mannino, author of the new book America 2010: On the Hinge of History, has spent the last 50 years studying military and political history

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