Learn the lessons of Vietnam

September 2009
New Hampshire Business Review;9/25/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p21
In this article the author reflects upon the need to stop unjustified military operations in other countries by the U.S. He criticizes the reasons given in favor of Afghanistan and Iraq wars, and discusses the financial impact of such wars on the U.S. He opines that the U.S. government should avoid risking soldiers' lives for commercial purposes, and stresses the need to promote peace and humanitarian efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan.


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