This Week in War Powers News – December 20, 2019

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Kentucky Lawmakers Call for Debate on Wars

After The Washington Post on Monday published its “Afghanistan Papers” report detailing how U.S. officials misled the public about the nation’s longest-running conflict, multiple members of Kentucky’s delegation on Capitol Hill demanded an end to American involvement in the Afghanistan war. READ MORE.

 


 

Event Recap: Bring Our Troops Home


 


 

Washington Post: The Infinity War


 
Now we know, thanks to The Afghanistan Papers published in The Washington Post this past week, that U.S. policymakers doubted almost from the start that the two-decade-long Afghanistan war could ever succeed. . . . There is a reason the quagmire in Afghanistan, despite costing thousands of lives and $2 trillion, has failed to shock Americans into action: The United States for decades has made peace look unimaginable or unobtainable. We have normalized war. READ MORE.
 


 

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