For NATO and Russia, the Syrian Civil War was the qualifying round in a geopolitical battle – a proxy war that set the starting positions for the invasion of Ukraine.
Tag: Alex Mormorunni
The specter of a “New Cold War” has driven lawmakers to ratchet up defense spending, and the dollars are coming out of citizens’ pockets.
An unceremonious, ugly end to the war in Afghanistan makes clear that U.S. counterinsurgency tactics are inadequate to deal with the very type of conflict they were designed for.
Don’t be surprised when centrist legislators throw wrenches into big party initiatives: in an era of bitter polarization, that is exactly what keeps them in office.