One Front: Two Wars

I wrote this piece the week after 9-11 in 2001. I’ve written over 1k pieces since then. This may be the best. Certainly prescient, even if DoD didn’t go for WW-T and went with GWOT (Global War on Terrorism). The first front of the World War against International Terrorism (WW-T), our American Homeland, is remarkably …

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Lessons Not Learned: Iraq, Ukraine, and US Strategy

Lessons Not Learned: Ukraine, Iraq, and US Military Strategy The twentieth anniversary of the Iraq War arrived without fanfare in US political circles. It is not politically expedient to draw attention to the ambiguous-at-best results achieved there after the sacrifice of 4,500 US military personnel with many more wounded and suffering from psychological trauma, and …

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