Angelo M. Codevilla

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Angelo M. Codevilla, a member of President-Elect Reagan's Transition Teams, is a prolific author on foreign affairs and military policy.[1] He has taught at Boston University, Grove City College, and North Dakota State College. He has written several books and is a regular contributor to the Claremont Review of Books. As a critic of nations-building, he respectfully offered an alternative strategy to deal with the threat of Islamic terror.[2] His criticism of the early policies of the War on Terror and nations-building were not welcomed, at the time, by many notable and respected conservatives[3] but seem prescient in retrospect.

External links

Articles on The Claremont Institute

Articles on The American Spectator

Articles in Foreign Affairs

Victory: What it Will Take to Win Nov. 28, 2001

Terror War Cannot Be Won Until Fear is Gone, Dec 19, 2001

Angelo M. Codevilla Responds, Sept 9, 2002

No Victory, No Peace, Nov 26, 2003

References

  1. Angelo M. Codevilla. The Claremont Institute.
  2. Angelo M. Codevilla (Nov 28, 2001). Victory: What it Will Take to Win. The Claremont Institute.
  3. Angelo M. Codevilla (Sept 9, 2002). Angelo M. Codevilla Responds. The Claremont Institute.
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