9 Apr, 2002
Defeating Militant Islamic Extremists
Army War College (U.S.)
Pedersen, Dick
President Bush proclaimed America will win the war against terrorism. This war is further defined as a war against terrorists, specifically Militant Islamic Extremists. The September 11th terrorist attack elevated a new world-organizing ideology, Militant Islamic Extremism. The paper is limited to analyzing only the dominant capabilities of the Osama bin Laden -- Al Qaeda brand of Militant Islamic Extremism. The focus is on determining the centrally dominant capability from which these terrorists derive their will-desire-ability to fight. The methodology sets the analysis in a national strategic context.
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    Pedersen, Dick
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    Army War College (U.S.)
  • Date
    9 Apr, 2002
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    Public Domain
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