When Obama Should Go to War

Lawrence J. Korb debates David B. Rivkin, Jr. on the question of under what circumstances the United States should or shouldn't get involved militarily around the globe.

Under what circumstances should or shouldn’t the United States get involved militarily around the globe? How do we distinguish between the Balkans and Darfur and Iraq and Afghanistan — or any of the new situations that are going to face the Obama administration? David B. Rivkin Jr. and Lawrence J. Korb debate President-elect Obama’s national security priorities.

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Lawrence J. Korb

Senior Fellow