Afghanistan War: The Homefront

As the Afghanistan debate heats up Stateside, one of the casualties seems to be not so much truth, but civility. It’s a shame, because there are currently about a half-dozen very talented, insightful online analysts of the war — who I, for one, depend on to challenge and inform my thinking — that are increasingly getting caught up in personal blog spats, or else responding to everything that varies at all from their opinion with a very insulting tone. I’m not going to call anyone out by name, because half of them don’t necessarily read this blog and the ones […]

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