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The lies and mistakes that led the US into Iraq, laid out in a new book
President George W. Bush launched a ruinous war in Iraq based on an intelligence failure that saw the CIA, Pentagon and other agencies effectively make up the evidence that the White House sought to justify invading a country that had not attacked — or even threatened to attack — the United States
‘F— it, we’re going to war’ — new TV special depicts George W. Bush’s impatience with diplomacy after 9/11
Was invading Afghanistan and Iraq a good idea? Never much for public introspection, George W. Bush was always content to let history judge his presidency
Conditions-Based Campaigns: I’ve Seen This Movie Before, And It Doesn’t End
The United States government has used the same script for the past 50 years to answer pesky questions about war,...
Basing Soldiers In Europe And South Korea Would Be Cheaper Than Rotations, New Report Says
The downsizing of the Army overseas has cost more money than expected because of a reliance on expensive rotational forces...