Fred Kagan

Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute

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Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and author of Finding the Target: The Transformation of the American Military; former Professor of Military History at West Point

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Today's Washington Post is the latest news outlet to report disagreement between the Pentagon and the White House.  The paper says the  White House wants 15,000 to 30,000 more troops …

To 'Surge' or Not to 'Surge' in Iraq

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