Gen. John Allen: Fighting Extremists in 3-D

The United States and its allies need a three-dimensional strategy for beating back the Islamic State and its allies, one that looks beyond the immediate fight to eliminating the grievances that draw people to jihadist movements.

That’s the idea laid out by retired U.S. Marine General John Allen in an address at Georgia Tech’s Sam Nunn School of International Affairs in Atlanta last week.

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