I Lost My Son to a War I Oppose. We Were Both Doing Our Duty.
May 27, 2007
Professor Andrew Bacevich, a retired Army colonel and West Point graduate, explains his thoughts on the death of his son, Andrew J. Bacevich, Jr.
The article appears in the Washington Post Outlook section, Sunday, May 27th.
Andrew J. Bacevich teaches history and international relations at Boston University. He is the author of several books, including The New American Militarism: How Americans Are Seduced by War.
A Dangerous Idea for Redeployment
May 17, 2007
Redeployment to Kurdistan is no panacea for our problems in Iraq, warns Ted Galen Carpenter in the Baltimore Sun. Indeed, such a plan invites a whole host of new problems.
The article originally appeared in the Baltimore Sun on Tuesday, May 15th, 2007, and is available in its entirety online:
Ted Galen Carpenter is a founding member of the Coalition for a Realistic Foreign Policy. He is vice president for defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute, where his latest study is "Escaping the Trap: Why the United States Must Leave Iraq."
Losing Mythic Authority
Michael Vlahos of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory weighs the costs of America's failure in Iraq.
The article appears in its entirety at The National Interest Online:
Michael Vlahos is principal professional staff in the National Security Analysis Department at The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.