Kori Schake

Hoover Institution

Guest

Research fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and author of Managing American Hegemony: Essays on Power in a Time of Dominance; former Associate Professor of International Security Studies at the United States Military Academy; former Director for Defense Strategy at the National Security Council (2002-2005); advisor on national security and military issues to John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign 

 

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We’re not talking about the hamberders.

Supersize Lies

We’re not talking about the hamberders.

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Ground wars like those in Iraq and Afghanistan, at 13 years the longest in American history, are things of the past.

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Ground wars like those in Iraq and Afghanistan, at 13 years the longest in American history, are things of the past.

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