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Strat- 16 c hap t e r 3 egy in the Cold War—the doctrines of deterrence and containment—are not equal to threats confronting America today. “Deterrence—the promise of massive retaliation against nations—means nothing against shadowy terrorist networks with no nation or citizens to defend,” Bush insisted. ”5 The 2002 National Security Strategy is built upon, and extends, these remarks. ” They might not rival the Soviet Union’s “sheer destructive power,” but the Soviets thought of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) as weapons of last resort, whereas these new enemies do not.
It also reﬂected his recognition, as millions of soldiers were being demobilized after the war and military spending was being sharply cut, that national security would have to be assured on signiﬁcantly reduced resources. S. This is inherently important, but it is also a political imperative because principled arguments are needed to sustain support for any national security policy over time. People like to act in what they think are their interests, to 36 c hap t e r 4 be sure, but it is also important to them to believe that the cause they are being asked to support is morally right.
40 The contrast with candidate Bush’s stance in his race against Al Gore in the 2000 election could not be starker. “He believes in nation building,” said Bush in the ﬁrst presidential debate. ”41 Bush repeated this in the second debate, adding: “I’m going to be judicious as to how to use the military. S. S. 44 But it also created divisions on the left, with some trenchant critics of all things Republican supporting the war. 45 As time wore on, many Democrats found themselves torn between wanting to see a war they had opposed succeed in bringing democracy to Iraq and wanting to see the administration punished for its reckless policies.
Containment: Rebuilding a Strategy against Global Terror by Ian Shapiro