It’s a matter of substance as much as form, writes Michael Brenner. And it helps explain the self-imposed lobotomy of the U.S. foreign policy establishment in recent years.
Tag: General Stanley McChrystal
‘The Longest War’ in US History Is Not Over
Two recent instances of “force and precision” ordered by Biden marked the presumed end to the war in Afghanistan just as it had begun, writes Brian Terrell.
Requiem for the ‘American Century’
As the longest U.S. war winds down in Afghanistan, Andrew Bacevich says vows of “never again” can only be taken seriously when Americans call imperialism by its name.