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In so doing he prejudges the affair, and clearly what he has in mind is a whitewash.
It featured President Bush saying ``these are bad men'', while his chief military legal officer said ``these are al Qaida, Taliban and terrorists'', which surely prejudges the cases of the defendants.
He therefore prejudges the question of whether the globalizing trend of the last 20 years will continue, or whether today's wide-open world will, like the global economy of the early 20th century--which seemed equally unstoppable to contemporaries--eventually be reined in by financial crisis and political restrictions.