An Expert’s Take On Terrorism
When Dr. Bruce Hoffman of Georgetown University talks about terrorism, I tend to listen. But when he talks about what the U.S. Government is doing wrong in the War on Terrorism, then I jump up and print his article for future reference.
Hoffman’s new piece in this month’s National Interest is just the latest in a string of papers worth reading for anyone intrigued by the topic of terrorism. The surprising thing is that Hoffman does not reveal anything that isn’t already known in the intelligence community; he only reiterates a point he’s been making time and again in his work for the past some-odd years. But it’s an enlightening point nonetheless, and one that I’m afraid the White House has yet to embrace.