The controversial Boykin, who is still the undersecretary of defense for intelligence and warfighting support and one of the top policymakers in the "war" against terrorism under Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates, says approaching terrorism from the perspective of an insurgency allows the United States to apply what he calls the seven "elements of national power": diplomacy, military, economy, finance, law enforcement, information and intelligence.Wait a minute .... I seem to have a vague memory of something. This seems to sounds slightly familiar. Oh. I know! This is the Clinton strategy for fighting terrorism!
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