With the sixth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks looming, John Edwards will present a stark assessment of the country's struggle against terrorism Friday, saying the nation is less safe than it was six years ago and calling for a new worldwide organization to combat the threat.
Other measures in Edwards' strategy will include providing 1,000 scholarships to promote better language skills in the diplomatic and intelligence corps, greater emphasis on "human intelligence" generally, and more focus on staving off radicalism in Muslim communities within America.
Thursday, September 06, 2007
"Edwards to Offer Anti-Terror Plan Criticizing Bush and Democratic Rivals"
The Trail (WaPo):