The power of logic in confronting the Houthi militia

Abdulah Bin Bijad al-Otaibi
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Throughout human history's entirety, military force has rarely been the only decisive factor in granting victories to states or empires. It was always accompanied by the equally-effective power of logic, which enhances the probability of victory and facilitates its achievement – especially when it is being applied in a seamless and persuasive manner. Logic also increases the likelihood of defeat and contributes to further losses for the side acting in a self-contradictory and unpersuasive manner.

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This article was originally published in, and translated from, the pan-Arab daily Asharq al-Awsat.

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