Christopher Fettweis

Assistant Professor ot National Security Affairs at the US Navel War College

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Assistant Professor of National Security Affairs at the US Naval War College

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Defeat in war can have "unintended, seemingly inexplicable consequences." Upset defeats can be especially damaging to a nation's psyche.

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Defeat in war can have "unintended, seemingly inexplicable consequences." Upset defeats can be especially damaging to a nation's psyche.

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