Quote of the Day: Andrew Bacevich

The sequence of military adventures set in motion when Jimmy Carter promulgated his Carter Doctrine back in 1980 makes for an interesting story but not a very pretty one.  Ronald Reagan’s effort to bring peace to Lebanon ended in 1983 in a bloody catastrophe.  The nominal victory of Operation Desert Storm in 1991, which pushed Saddam Hussein’s forces out of Kuwait, produced little except woeful complications, which Bill Clinton’s penchant for flinging bombs and missiles about during the 1990s did little to resolve or conceal.  The blowback stemming from our first Afghanistan intervention against the Soviets helped create the conditions leading to 9/11 and another Afghanistan War, now approaching its tenth anniversary with no clear end in sight.  As for George W. Bush’s second go at Iraq, the less said the better.  Now, there is Libya.

…why persist in an effort for which great pain is repaid with such little gain?

— Andrew Bacevich (Boston University)

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