military functions and toward intelligence, public diplomacy, nation building, saving failed states, homeland security, and diplomacy to lock down loose nukes around the world. IV. U.S. COUNTER-TERROR STRATEGY: A WAR ON TOO FEW FRONTS? A. The Bush administration should wage all-out war against Al Qaeda on four broad fronts. Instead it is waging war on one front. 1. The offensive. The Bush administration focuses on the offensive--the hunting of Al Qaeda, the destruction of its Afghan sanctuary, and the denial of new sanctuaries. This offensive has had some successes (destroying the Taliban regime in Afghanistan) but also failures (the escape of Al Qaeda's leadership from Tora Bora in Afghanistan in late 2001). 2. The defensive. The Bush administration's homeland defense
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