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How to contain radical Islam

The best global strategy for the US may be the one that won the Cold War

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By Commander Philip Kapusta and Captain Donovan Campbell
July 27, 2008

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THE EVENTS OF Sept. 11, 2001, brutally announced the presence of an enemy seemingly distinct from any our country had faced before. Unlike previous adversaries, such as Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan, or the Spanish monarchy, this new enemy was difficult to define, let alone understand. It was not motivated by causes that an avowedly secular government could easily comprehend, and ... (Full article: 2784 words)

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