Zakaria, Fareed
November 2001
Newsweek;11/19/2001, Vol. 138 Issue 21, p41
Argues that the United States-led war on terrorism is not lost as of November 19, 2001. Reference to views in the 'New Republic' and 'Weekly Standard' that suggested the U.S. operation in Afghanistan was doomed; Criticism that the U.S. military strategy has become politicized; Mention of wartime statesmen who introduced a political dimension into military strategy; Discussion of U.S. political concerns in the war.


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