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Because the evidence is accumulating that Israel is determined to escalate its bombardment of Gaza in the most astrategic ways.
Until that point, this cycle of astrategic action and reaction will continue.
From a counterinsurgency perspective, wanting to stay in Iraq more than the Iraqis want the U.S. in Iraq is sheer astrategic madness.
I recall his predecessor blew a Trillion on tax breaks for the top three percentiles while another few Trillion went on astrategic warfare and pointless Pentagon pork.
In its predecessor, Fiasco, Ricks’ heroes were Gen. David Petraeus and the military dissenters who saw the Iraq war as incoherent and astrategic.
I can think of one circumstance in which harm is done: we view the world as particularly or newly dangerous for the forseeable future for reasons we’re unable to articulate, thereby skewing national priorities and leading to an astrategic focus to national security that hastens the decline of American power that the concept seeks to prevent.