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Apr 14 / Jonathan

The precedents are somewhat discouraging.

Michael Kinsley in Slate.

When the United States should use its military strength to achieve worthy goals abroad is an important question. But based on this record, it seems a bit theoretical. It’s like asking whether Donald Trump should use his superpowers to cure AIDS. Or what George W. Bush should say when he wins the Nobel Prize in physics. A more pressing question is: Can’t anyone here play this game?

US “accomplishments” in Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan.

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