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Is American Warfighting Doctrine Hardwired for Failure?

Foreword by the author: I originally wrote this in February 2015; I haven’t seen anything in the last two years to make me change my mind. The, as Obama called it, “greatest military in the history of the world” is still no closer to “victory” – however you want to define that – in Afghanistan, Iraq or the innumerable other theatres of the GWOT. As to Russia’s warfighting doctrine, we can now add Syria to the Ossetian example mentioned in this piece.

Why America Needs War

By Jacques R. Pauwels, historian, political scientist, author of The Myth of the Good War: America in the Second World War (James Lorimer, Toronto, 2002). Together with personalities like Ramsey Clark, Michael Parenti, William Blum, Robert Weil, Michel Collon, Peter Franssen and many others, he signed “The International Appeal against US-War”.

How did Europe become an American turf?

A mysterious piece, written in English by a French University academic and author of various books, Bertrand M. Roehner, for a lecture in Japan, never translated into French and surprisingly well-researched.
A first-class eye opener.