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Stephen Hadley
G-8 focus shifts to terrorism

On a sunlit terrace of the secluded Gleneagles Hotel where world leaders are huddling, President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair met for a quiet morning coffee well before a series of bombs exploded in London. They had come to this pastoral Scottish setting to discuss aid to impoverished regions of Africa and the curtailing of pollution that could be changing the world's climate. But suddenly the focus of this summit for the Group of Eight leading industrialized nations shifted to the terrorism that has rocked the U.S., Europe and Asia alike. "The contrast between what we've seen on the TV screens here, what's taken place in London and what's taking...