The Wages of War without Strategy, Part I: Clausewitz, Vietnam, and the Roots of Strategic Confusion

It is important to remember, in the discussions on which we are about to embark, that they ultimately concern violence, and that our moral and practical decisions have real consequences in the use of force, and all that the use of force entails for suffering and death. Philip Bobbit, The Shield of Achilles In a matter … Continue reading The Wages of War without Strategy, Part I: Clausewitz, Vietnam, and the Roots of Strategic Confusion