How to contain radical Islam
The best global strategy for the US may be the one that won the Cold WarBy Commander Philip Kapusta and Captain Donovan Campbell
My good friend, Marine Corps Captain Donovan Campbell has just co-authored an article that ran in yesterday's Boston Sunday Globe. In this article, Captain Campbell, a veteran of three deployments to Southwest Asia, teams with Commander Kapusta to offer one of the most cogent arguments I have yet encountered on how the United States should respond to the realities of the Post-9/11 world. In a nutshell, they make a very compelling case for promulgating a policy of "neocontainment" to parallel the policies that worked so well for the U.S. in containing and ultimately defeating Communism during the Cold War.
Boston Sunday Globe Article
This article is well worth your time to read and digest.