The Generals Have No Clothes: The Untold Story of Our Endless Wars .


The definitive book about the perpetual wars America is involved in and how the American people can take back control of the military from bestselling author, military expert, and award-winning journalist William M. Arkin. The first rule of perpetual war is to never stop, a fact which former NBC News analyst William M. Arkin knows better than anyone, having served in the Army and having covered all of Americas wars over the past three decades. He has spent his career investigating how the military throws around the word war to justify everything, from physical combat to todays globe-straddling cyber and intelligence network. In The Generals Have No Clothes, Arkin traces how we got where we arebombing ten countries, killing terrorists in dozens moreall without Congressional approval or public knowledge. Starting after the 9/11 attacks, the government put forth a singular idea that perpetual war was the only way to keep the American people safe. Arkin explains why President Obama failed to achieve his national security goal of ending war in Iraq and reducing our military engagements, and shows how President Trump has been frustrated in his attempts to end conflict in Afghanistan and Syria. He also reveals how COVID-19 is a watershed moment for the military, where the countrys civilian and public health needs clash with the demands of future wars against China and Russia, North Korea and Iran. Proposing bold solutions, Arkin calls for a new era of civilian control over the military. He also calls for a Global Security Index (GSX), the security equivalent to the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which would measure the national and international events in real time to determine whether perpetual war is actually making the nation safer. Arguing that the American people should be empowered by facts rather than spurred by fear, The Generals Have No Clothes outlines how we can take control of the militarybefore its too late.

Authors: William M. Arkin

Date: 2021-04-13

Upload Date: 4/14/2021 8:09:10 AM

Format: epub

Pages: 192

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Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 1982130997

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