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The Afghanistan Study Group outlined and refuted the myths misguiding the ‘Afghan debate’.
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Stephen Walt dissects a Manichean War Party meme used to brainwash and pacify the population of the West, to which Glenn Greenwald recently pointed elsewhere to show the propagandists’ play on words.