War

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Joshua Rovner on Iraq and the Politics of Intelligence

In Fixing the Facts, Joshua Rovner explores the complex interaction between intelligence and policy and shines a spotlight on the problem ...
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The Future of Americas All-Volunteer Force

For the sake of our military and the Republic it defends,  we must cultivate a societal and organizational shift that ...
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It is Time to Retire Weapons of Mass Destruction

  The West has been using the terms WMD and “weapons of mass destruction” to describe an expanding list of ...
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The July Crisis: WWI Lessons for Gaza, Ukraine, and Iraq

The hot months of summer are always ripe for war. As battles continue today in Gaza, Syria, and Iraq and ...
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A Cure For Americas Iraq Syndrome

America finds itself sitting on the fence in the debate over the use force in not one but two conflicts: ...
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Voices of Pashtun Women from Wartime Afghanistan

I AM THE BEGGAR OF THE WORLD: Landays from Contemporary Afghanistan   Translated by Eliza Griswold, photographs by Seamus Murphy Farrar, Straus ...
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What 1914 Teaches Us About Naval Warfare Today

When we think about World War I, or “the Great War,”  we think about Flanders’ Fields, doughboys, the trenches, and the ...
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Revisiting COIN Strategies in Vietnam

That “Generals are always fighting the last war” may be true, but this is often because they are fighting a ...
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Revisiting COIN Strategies in Vietnam

That “Generals are always fighting the last war” may be true, but this is often because they are fighting a ...
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How War Has Shaped American Exceptionalism

War is the most unifying, and yet simultaneously divisive, of all human activities. Democracies justify acts of war through the ...