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The ‘Great Reset’ in Microcosm: ‘Data Driven Defeat’ in Afghanistan
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The ‘Great Reset’ in Microcosm: ‘Data Driven Defeat’ in Afghanistan
August 30, 2021

There is little mystery as to why the Taliban took over Kabul so quickly, Alastair Crooke writes.

Sunbeams From Cucumbers: The View From the Khanate of Kaganstan
April 10, 2021

“Putin’s disinformation campaigns” are so clever that they use real information, Patrick Armstrong writes.

Sunbeams From Cucumbers: The View From the Khanate of Kaganstan
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Robert Kagan Sticks to His Guns
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Robert Kagan Sticks to His Guns
February 23, 2021

Urging his countrymen to support the then-forthcoming U.S. invasion of Iraq, Robert Kagan insisted in 2002 that “No step would contribute more toward shaping a world order in which our people and our liberal civilization can survive and flourish.” The latest issue of Foreign Affairs features a new rendering of what we have come to expect from Kagan.