Institute member Stuart Gottlieb published an article in The National Interest in which he discusses how the next administration should approach the monumental challenge of uprooting terrorism. Gottlieb outlines three key steps.

“First, it will need to separate fact from fiction about the nature and purpose of the global terrorist movements. Then it should look back upon the counterterrorism approaches adopted by Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama in order to glean key lessons. Finally, it should endeavor to build upon an already evolving foundation to develop a coherent and politically sound long-term American counterterrorism strategy.”

Read his article here.