Drones, Stones, and Thrones: How to Resolve the War on Terror

Richard Rubenstein

The global War on Terror, now more than 10 years old, threatens to become permanent. Its costs, political, financial, Constitutional, and moral, continue to escalate. Is the struggle winnable in its present form? Are there feasible alternatives? Conflict resolution theory and practice suggest that violence is not the only road to follow.

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