DEFEATING ISLAMIST-JIHADISM – A Lesson From the Cold War
Every war requires a unique grand strategy, but certain strategic principles never change. They apply to all wars and are essential to victory. So why is the Obama administration deliberately avoiding the one most essential to winning the war with Islamist-Jihadism?
In the sixth century BC, Chinese general and military strategist Sun Tzu wrote in The Art of War (孫子兵法: Sūn Zǐ Bīng Fǎ), “Know thy self, know thy enemy; a thousand battles, a thousand victories.” (More)
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