What kind of war are we fighting, and can we win it?

The November issue of Commentary features a symposium addressing the themes of Norman Podhoretz’s World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism. The contributors include Fouad Ajami, John Bolton, Max Boot, Reuel Marc Gerecht, Victor Davis Hanson, Daniel Henninger, Martin Kramer, Bill Kristol, Andrew McCarthy, David Pryce-Jones, Claudia Rosett, Amir Taheri, Ruth Wedgwood, James Q. Wilson and James Woolsey. (Charles Kesler addresses the book in the current issue of the Claremont Review of Books.) The contributors are asked to discuss the Bush doctrine as well as the thesis that gives Podhoretz’s book its title. Commentary has posted the symposium online: “What kind of war are we fighting, and can we win it?”

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