Kay: U.S. Needs New Strategy to Combat Looming Threats From Failed States

By Thomas Duffy / July 28, 2004 at 5:00 AM
The United States needs a new national security structure -- combining diplomacy and a new intelligence approach -- to negate the looming threat posed by nearly 70 countries spread across the Middle East and Africa that have failed or are near failure, David Kay told a security industry conference today. Countries like Yemen, Somalia and the Sudan, which have failed to provide their populations with a basic state infrastructure and a stake in the future, are prime recruiting grounds for...

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