In clear, direct, and accessible language, this concise guide provides for a broad non-specialist audience an overview of the diverse array of future military operations that are likely to become questions in American politics. Author Sebastian Gorka's goal is to help the reader make informed decisions about supporting or opposing future military actions. The public debate in America on potential military actions is rarely well-informed or the product of a clear understanding of what is and is not possible through the use of force. Often the choice is between gut-level militarism or gut-level pacifism and isolationism, neither varying with the specific circumstances.
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Sebastian. L. Gorka is Major General Horner Chair of Military Theory at Marine Corps University. He was previously Associate Dean of Congressional Affairs and Relations to the Special Operations Community and Associate Professor of War and Conflict Studies at National Defense University.
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