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Bush or Kerry, 'War on Terror' Unlikely to Change

Nuance and tone may be different, but no matter who wins this year’s presidential election, political realities will limit the victor’s policy options in the U.S. battle against terrorism, political analysts say. The “war on terror” is a central campaign topic, and President Bush and Democratic challenger John Kerry have been at pains to highlight their differences while painting the other as weak on security. But analysts say both men agree on most of the core issues and see stabilizing Iraq, hunting down militants abroad, tightening security at home, and reviewing domestic intelligence as central pillars of the fight. Full Story

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