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FPRI’s Dominic Tierney on Iraq and a New Approach to Human-Centric Warfare

FPRI’s Dominic Tierney on Iraq and a New Approach to Human-Centric Warfare


“These are important questions with real consequences. The price of applying the wrong ways and means in a conflict is high. As Dominic Tierney, a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, notes, it took 21 days to capture Baghdad in 2003 and 3,174 days to leave, with questionable results.” 

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