Iraq war (2003-)
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No one knows how a battle or war will turn out until the fighting actually begins.
Many wounded soldiers have only begun their wars, officials say.
The U.S. must not fail to make prudent use of its Iraq lessons and end up making the same mistakes—or similar ones—again
While some claim that the war was the biggest mistake in the history of American foreign policy, I find that argument to be a bit overblown.
The United States must rethink the meaning and role of its military and security.
The American public doesn't care much to discuss the uncomfortable lessons of our involvement in Iraq over the past decade.
What can Americans expect if they commit to overturning the established political order in a given country?
Given the state of al Qaeda in the Middle East and Africa, it is premature to declare victory.
Not only is foreign aid not a drain on the budget, but it's a cost-effective investment toward peace.
Lessons can be learned from interventions in El Salvador, Colombia, and the Philippines.