Counterterrorism Policy Successful but Misguided
American Security Project fellow Bernard Finel argues that we need a Counterterrorism Strategy Reboot.
He begins with an interesting paradox:
The implementation of the Bush Administration’s counter-terrorism strategy has been more successful than anyone could have expected and yet the threat from violent jihadist groups remains undiminished.
A little more of the same is not, he argues, the answer.