Monday, September 1, 2014

Andrew J. Bacevich: Political Science/Military History/International Relations (Ongoing Peace and Conflict Studies Archive)


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Resources by and about:

Bacevich, Andrew J. "Afghanistan - The Proxy War." The Boston Globe (October 11, 2009)

---. "Always and Everywhere : The New York Times and the Enduring 'Threat' of Isolationism." Tomdispatch (October 24, 2013)

---. "America's Path to Permanent War." Conversations with History (September 26, 2010)

---. "Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed Their Soldiers and Their Country." Democracy Now (September 16, 2013)

---. "Conservative Historian Andrew Bacevich Warns Against Obama’s Escalation of War in Afghanistan and Intensifying Use of Air Power in Region." Democracy Now (May 11, 2009)

---. "Dear War Hawks: There Is No ‘Isolationist’ Conspiracy to Destroy American Power." The Nation (October 24, 2013)

---. "‘Do Something’ Groupthink Took Fateful Toll: The Tonkin Gulf Resolution." The Boston Globe (August 3, 2014)

---. "The End of Exceptionalism." Open Source (October 10, 2008)

---. "Give Up On Democracy in Afghanistan." The Atlantic (July/August 2009)

---. "The Hill to the Rescue on Syria? Don’t Hold Your Breath." Tomdispatch (September 8, 2013)

---. "How War Without End Became the Rule." Open Source (September 17, 2010)

---. "Illusions of Victory: How the United States Did Not Reinvent War But Thought It Did." Tomdispatch (August 11, 2008)

---. "I Lost My Son to a War I Oppose. We Were Both Doing Our Duty." The Washington Post (May 25, 2007)

---. "Iraq Panel's Real Agenda: Damage Control." Christian Science Monitor (November 28, 2006)

---. "Is an Imperial Presidency Destroying What America Stands For?" Bill Moyers Journal (April 15, 2008)

---. "Is Perpetual War Our Future? Learning the Wrong Lessons from the Bush Era." Tomdispatch (August 14, 2008)

---. "La Follette's Lessons in Empire." American Conservative (April 2, 2014)

---. "Lessons Learned: The Iraq Invasion." World Affairs (May/June 2013)

---. "The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism." Democracy Now (August 20, 2008)

---. "The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism." Media Matters (December 28, 2008)

---. "Lost in the Desert." TomCast (October 5, 2010)

---. "The Military and US Foreign Policy." Conversations with History (September 8, 2010)

---. "The Misuse of American Might, and the Price It Pays: The United States no longer knows how to win wars, but it continues to start them." Common Dreams (January 13, 2014)

---. "Moral Obligations in the Global War on Terror: Who Owes What?" BUniverse (March 21, 2009)

---. "Naming Our Nameless War." Common Dreams (May 28, 2013)

---. "Non-Believer." The New Republic (July 7, 2010)

---. "The Normalization of War." Anti-War (April 21, 2005)

---. "One Percent Republic: Without citizen soldiers, plutocracy rises unchecked." The American Conservative (December 18, 2013)

---. "On Foreign Policy." Moyers & Company (August 15, 2008)

---. "On the Afghanistan War: The President Lacks the Guts to Get Out." Democracy Now (August 2, 2010)

---. "Prophets and Poseurs: Niebuhr and Our Times." World Affairs (Winter 2008)

---. "Rescinding the Bush Doctrine." The Boston Globe (March 1, 2007)

---. "The Right Choice? The conservative case for Barack Obama." The American Conservative (March 24, 2008)

---. "Sycophant Savior." The American Conservative." (October 8, 2007)

---. "The Tyranny of Defense Inc." The Atlantic (January/February 2011)

---. "Vietnam Vet, Scholar Andrew Bacevich on Obama War Plan: 'The President Has Drawn the Wrong Lessons from His Understanding of the History of War.'" Democracy Now (December 2, 2009)

---. "We’re Just Not That Special: What the crisis with Russia reveals about the USA’s age-old self-obsession." Politico (March 5, 2014)

---. "What America Should Do in the Middle East." Moyers & Company (June 20, 2014)

---. "What Poets Can Teach Us About the War in Afghanistan." The New Republic (December 20, 2010)

---. "What the U.S. should do in Iraq: Stop what is counterproductive." Los Angeles Times (August 9, 2014)

Bacevich, Andrew J. and Katrina Vanden Heuvel. "Could Russia-U.S. Deal on Syria Chemical Weapons Lead to a Non-Imperial, New Internationalism?" Democracy Now (September 16, 2013)

Bacevich, Andrew, Hugh Roberts and Melani McAlister. "America's War for the Greater Middle East." Open Source (August 7, 2014) ["How do you end an endless war? Thirty years ago Jimmy Carter declared the Persian Gulf a “vital” focus of American foreign policy. Since then, U.S. forces have invaded, occupied, garrisoned, bombed or raided 18 nations, absorbing thousands of casualties and getting little in return in terms of peace or goodwill. Andrew Bacevich, the military historian, veteran and professor of international relations at Boston University calls it America’s War for the Greater Middle East and says there’s no end in sight. This fall he’s teaching a twelve-week online course on the history of that long war: he begins it in the Iran hostage crisis during Jimmy Carter’s presidency, through stages of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the first Gulf War, then September 11 and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan."]

Beauchamp, Scott. "The American Soldier at the End of History." The Baffler (November 11, 2014)

Bromwich, David. "Bromwich Channels Edmund Burke: 'America is out of itself.'” Open Source (June 23, 2010)

Lee, Jeong. "Book Review: Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed Their Soldiers and Their Country." Small Wars Journal (October 7, 2013)

Maddow, Rachel. "Overcommitted: Breach of Trust by Andrew J. Bacevich." The New York Times (September 8, 2013)

Rich, Frank. "Freedom's Just Another Word." The New York Times (September 5, 2010)

Whitney, Jake. "Blood Without Guts." Guernica (October 1, 2010) ["Why fight wars our president doesn’t believe in and we can’t pay for? asks retired colonel and military historian Andrew Bacevich."]

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