A global strategy is the way to defeat Isis 2.0

As featured in The Financial Times



Isis 2.0 may well evolve into a loose affiliation of groups, with pockets of territory in a few weak states, and a virtual leadership that controls adherents through social media and encrypted technologies. Isis is not yet capable of carrying out a synchronised, global attack involving both core and affiliate groups. It should never be allowed to develop that competence.