. . . Saturday October 30, 2004

Target Who: Saddam or Zarqawi?

From Slate:

“It seems never to have occurred to President Bush and his advisers that in a globalized world, where borders are porous and technologies of massive destructiveness are available, hidden networks can be far more dangerous than a state, which can be threatened and contained. Yet that surely has been the lesson of the last three years. It is an added irony that the administration’s inability to fully assimilate the threat from ‘non-state actors’ is leading, thanks in part to Zarqawi, to the failure of its effort to reinvent Iraq as a stable democracy in the Middle East.”


Concentration is important!