Monthly Archives: March 2012

Crisis Education: the Military-to-Civilian Transition

Did the US military depart Iraq in 2011 lock, stock, and barrel? Or were some supplies, equipment and services transferred over to the civilian authorities that remained? How long did the logistical transition to civilian responsibility last? How well was … Continue reading

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Constructive Ambiguity

There is some utility in the constructive ambiguity about whether Iran faces attack or not from Israel, the US or both. Iran cannot depend on any flawed perception of American “weakness” or Israeli “recklessness” as guides to what to expect. … Continue reading

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