“Retreating and abandoning allies may not be the optimum strategy”

WASHINGTON TIMES
How not to end endless wars
by Clifford D. May
October 16, 2019

Whatever might be said about Donald Trump, I always figured him for a savvy New Yorker who knew a good deal when he saw one. A prime example was in Syria where the commander in chief, despite understandable misgivings about foreign entanglements, had deployed a small contingent of highly skilled troops to accomplish a mission vital to America’s national security. In military jargon, President Trump was employing “economy of force.”…“We need an end to endless war,” Rand Paul has said repeatedly. Senator, I feel your pain, but the reason we have an “endless war” is because we have enemies who are patient and determined, and encouraged by the knowledge that Americans like you are neither. READ MORE

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