Disjointed effort: After seven years, the U.S. still lacks a comprehensive anti-terror strategyQuicklink submitted by Better World Order Permalink
|The investigative arm of Congress scolded the Bush administration last week for its failure to craft a single, comprehensive, interagency strategy against terrorism.
It's not that the administration lacks plans. In fact, the Government Accountability Office concluded, the problem is just the opposite: an excess of disjointed efforts. The CIA has one plan, the State Department another - and the military probably has 50.
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