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A year ago, Christopher Allbritton wrote a smart and prescient piece about piracy, terrorism and the Somali Coast. Today, the international news, a little less worried about U.S. automakers and Obama’s cabinet than the U.S. papers, has the capture of a Saudi oil taker on the front pages.

With that in mind, a look at Chris’ post “Piracy 2.0: Deadly and Dangerous” is in order. And you bet there’s a terror tie-in. What do you think they’re going to do with all that oil anyway?

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