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.

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  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.