Stephen Biddle

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Stephen Biddle "argues that 'calls for a war against "evil" . . . are rhetorical license without meaningful strategic content. "Terrorism," by contrast is a tactic, not an opponent. Declaring a "War on Terrorism" is like declaring a "War on Strategic Bombing" or a "War on Alliances"'. The real opponent is the ideology that underpins al Qaeda's terrorist program. Ultimately, 'the center of gravity in this war thus lies in the hearts and minds of politically uncommitted Muslims'."[1]

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