““The Age of Illusions” is a wry and dark book aimed at dissecting decades-long trends and first principles rather than moment-to-moment crises. Bacevich is as merciless toward liberals who he says are guilty of “self-righteously posturing against Trump” as toward the president himself.”
Analyst: ‘Everything the Trump administration has done has escalated Iran situation’
U.S. officials vow to increase security after airstrike kills Iranian general
Is the US headed for World War III? Here’s what experts say as Twitter fears the worst
Here’s what war with Iran would actually look like. Iran can attack U.S. military targets in the region, step up proxy wars, and launch cyberattacks against U.S. cities and infrastructure.
The neoconservative fantasy at the center of the Soleimani killing. No, Mike Pompeo, killing the military leader won’t give Iranians more freedom.
Why The U.S. Embassy In Iraq Became A Target Of Anger Again
U.S. Killing of Soleimani Is Major Escalation, Could Spark “Another Round of Civil War” in Iraq.
America never committed to training Afghan forces. I know because I tried. Operations against insurgent leaders took priority, and we hoped someone else would handle the corruption.
How Trump Can Reach a New Iran Deal. In abandoning the nuclear deal with Iran, the Trump administration foolishly disrupted an international consensus on how to deal with Tehran, but a diplomatic path forward does exist.
From Vietnam to Afghanistan, all US governments lie
The Washington Post’s massive investigation that U.S. officials misled the public about the Afghanistan War for almost 20 years. We talk with one of those same officials on what they said then, and what they think now.
Andrew Bacevich observes how America has attempted to make the world in its image through coercion and excessive military power — and continues to do so today.
A new Washington Post report proving the longest war in American history has been sold on lies for 20 years causes barely a ripple.
If we don’t start holding the Washington DC foreign policy establishment to account, they will continue to act with impunity
A misguided war that drags on inconclusively for more than 18 years is, I submit, a great crime.
Stephen Wertheim discusses Responsible Statecraft – a strategy to make peace to be the norm and war the exception – with host Mila Atmos.
Trita Parsi discusses the recent protests in Iran as well as the challenge that the Quincy Institute will pose to the foreign policy consensus in Washington.
An interview with Stephen Wertheim, Deputy Director of Research and Policy at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft—a new anti-militarist foreign policy think tank.
Waging open-ended war in the Middle East serves chiefly to perpetuate anti-American terrorism, which in any event does not pose a proximate threat to vital U.S. national security interests.
A sudden spike in gasoline prices two weeks ago set off protests in Iran. It’s the deadliest period of unrest in Iran since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The president’s intervention in the SEAL case was reckless, but not the main event.
Trita Parsi and Stephen Wertheim discuss the founding of Quincy Institute and why peace should be the norm in U.S. foreign policy.
Quincy Institute’s Andrew Bacevich discusses John Bolton’s departure, the future of the Afghanistan War, and Trump administration’s foreign policy.
Quincy Institute’s Stephen Wertheim explains how responsible statecraft create a more peaceful and strategic U.S foreign policy.
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