Do You Feel That Our Security Is as Safe, That We’re as Strong as We Were Four Years Ago?

From left, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, President Obama, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey at a Sept. 11 memorial ceremony at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va. Photograph by Doug Mills/The New York Times via Redux

From the death of Osama bin Laden, to U.S. troops’ departure from Iraq and drawdown in Afghanistan, to the provisions of Dodd-Frank, we examine developments in American security in the past four years:

Osama bin Laden Is Dead

Terrorism Has Shifted

Drones: The Morality of War From the Sky

Americans Left Iraq. Afghanistan Is Winding Down

Troops Return Home to New Battles

Obamacare Is Not an Epithet

The Affordable Care Act: A Timeline

Dodd-Frank: The 848-Page Financial Firewall

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