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"A Global Coalition against International Terrorism"

"A Global Coalition against International Terrorism"

Journal Article, International Security, volume 26, issue 4, pages 184-189

Spring 2002

Author: Jusuf Wanandi

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: Belfer Center Studies in International Security; International Security; Quarterly Journal: International Security



Jusuf Wanandi of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Jakarta, Indonesia, writes that success in the fight against global terrorism will require both patience and a nuanced approach. While noting that much of this burden will continue to fall on the United States (given its overwhelming military capabilities), Wanandi cautions the U.S. leadership from going it alone. The breadth and depth of the terrorist threat, he argues, require a global coalition that can tackle the problem on a variety of fronts: political, economic, intelligence, and legal.


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For Academic Citation:

Wanandi, Jusuf. "A Global Coalition against International Terrorism." International Security 26, no. 4 (Spring 2002): 184-189.

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