Us Is Enabling Humanitarian Disaster

Washington is agonizingly slow at learning from its mistakes. Especially in the Middle East. Over the last decade and a half in that critical but chaotic part of the world, the United States has repeatedly witnessed the limitations of using the blunt instrument of American military force to solve complicated political, social, economic and religious conflicts.

Topics:  middle   east   united states   iraq   yemen   american   mistakes   military   
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