Benjamin Friedman returns to discuss domestic tumult’s effect on foreign policy, how the U.S. can afford to start wars in the Middle East, and why the current administration shouldn’t be trusted with wars.
Benjamin Friedman is a research fellow in defense and homeland security studies at the Cato Institute. He writes about U.S. defense politics, focusing on strategy, budgeting, and war. You can follow him on Twitter @BH_Friedman.
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