(From Agence France Presse)
The strategist who developed the "Shock and Awe" tactics adopted by the US military said that the heavy bombing of Baghdad is right but will be misunderstood by the rest of the world.
Harlan Ullman, a former navy commander and Vietnam War veteran, prefers the British expression "Effects Based Operations" to describe the blasting of Baghdad that US-led forces started in earnest on Friday.
"It is much better," he told AFP, bemoaning the way his "Shock and Awe" phrase -- used to describe the overwhelming use of quick force to win a war -- has echoed around the globe in recent weeks.
"This has meant the rest of the …