What Strategy?

I think this post (from Gleen Greenwald’s blog) is well worth reading – on what type of strategy ultimately makes the most sense in the so-called ‘war on terror.’  Here’s a short bit from it:

The blunt instrument of military force is particularly ill-suited to fighting a worldwide terrorism network, particularly one that spawns unaffiliated copycats. Nor is military force an effective way of attacking the “root causes” of terrorism, as the war in Iraq tragically illustrates. As a general matter, invading and occupying countries is a recipe for more terrorism, not less.

Read the whole thing and ponder…

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