To sum up, here are the next words from “Here’s a Woman Fighting Terrorism. With Microloans”: “The larger message is universal: helping people start businesses, create jobs and support education is a potent way to undermine extremism” (Kristof). In fact, the disputes between military and economic solutions to break the extremism is a pre-losing to first party inherently. On the one hand, we’ve got long adopted practice, which led to exacerbation. On the other hand, there is innovative approach, which is little practically and fully theoretically proved to become helpful. What should be rational choice? The answer is clear.
Kristof, Nicholas D. “Here’s a Woman Fighting Terrorism. With Microloans”. New York Times. 14 November 2010. Web 19 May 2011. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/14/opinion/14kristof.html