Friday, April 1, 2011
Obama's Problematic Approach to War By: Alan W. Dowd | Briefing
The U.S.-led military intervention in Libya is decidedly different than the military operations underway in Iraq and Afghanistan in at least one sense: Unlike those wars, which President Barack Obama inherited from his predecessor, Libya is Obama's war from start to finish. As such, it offers us the first true picture of how this commander-in-chief commands -- and how he believes U.S. force should be employed.
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