The Trouble with Confronting Rogue States

The Trouble with Confronting Rogue States

If America’s experiences in dealing with Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and others have proven anything, it is that rogue states can play their game all day long.

Unless the national interest is at stake, the case for placing the “bad boys” at the center of American foreign policy is a thin one indeed.

Edward Chang is a freelance writer on defense, military, and foreign policy issues. His writing has appeared in The National Interest and War Is Boring.

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