The Stupidity of War
Political scientist John Mueller argued that less military intervention would benefit American foreign policy. This virtual event was sponsored by the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C.
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Martha Crenshaw Senior Fellow Stanford University->Center for International Security and Cooperation
Christopher Fettweis Professor Tulane University->Political Science Department
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