Jessica Dorsey and Christophe Paulussen (ICCT): Boundaries of the Battlefield: A Critical Look at the Legal Paradigms and Rules in Countering Terrorism. A Few Bad Men: Max Abrahms on why America doesn't really have a terrorism problem (and more). Was the Boston bombing a case of anomie? Daniel Keeran wonders. More like Sandy Hook than 9/11: John Judis interviews Olivier Roy on the nature of modern terrorists. From Slate, is Boston like Columbine? The Tsarnaev brothers seem more like the Columbine killers than al-Qaida; and why should I care that no one’s reading Dzhokhar Tsarnaev his Miranda rights? Isaac Chotiner on why we should be p.c. after an attack: It's not about not offending — it's about protecting. “Killing an Arab” isn't Pamela Geller's favorite song by The Cure. The social web was ablaze today with news that a large group of Reddit users had teamed up to track and locate Waldo, the spectacled man in a striped red sweater who evaded capture for 25 years.

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