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In its earliest days the American led war in Afghanistan appeared to be a triumph a “good war” in comparison to the debacle in Ira It has since turned into one of the longest and most costly wars in US history The story of howthis good war went so bad may well turn out to be a defining tragedy of the 21st century yet as acclaimed war correspondent Jack Fairweather explains it should also give us reason to hope for an outcome grounded in Afghan reality rather than our ownIn The Good War Fairweather provides the first full War will always be examined and critiued for the causalities failures and lost missions Lessons learned will end up in scholarly analysis to identify the decisions made and how they ultimately affected the outcome of initial missions The overall hope of such analysis is to go forward and not create the same mistakes of those in the past Afghanistan Pakistan and the region surrounding those areas of strife create much talk about failed decision points The book The Good War Why We Couldn t Win the War or The Breach of Crowns provides the first full War will always be examined and critiued for the causalities failures and lost missions Lessons learned will end up in scholarly analysis to identify the decisions made and how they ultimately affected the outcome of initial missions The overall hope of such analysis is to go forward and not create the same mistakes of those in the Icebergs past Afghanistan Pakistan and the region surrounding those areas of strife create much talk about failed decision The Line points The book The Good War Why We Couldn t Win the War or

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Biuity of the opium trade to the country’s unsuitability for rapid Western style development can America help to restore peace in this shattered landA timely lesson in the perils of nation building and a sobering reminder of the limits of American power The Good War leads readers from the White House situation room to American military outposts from warlords’ palaces to insurgents’ dens to explain how the US and its allies might have salvaged the Afghan campaign and how we must rethink other “good” wars in the futu Thought this was good but depressing unsurprisingly Politicians and the military really ought to read a few history books before embarking on wars of choice in countries about which they know next to nothing Twisted peace in this shattered landA timely lesson in the The Exploration of the Male Anatomy perils of nation building and a sobering reminder of the limits of American Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals power The Good War leads readers from the White House situation room to American military outposts from warlords’ All Night Long (Nannies, palaces to insurgents’ dens to explain how the US and its allies might have salvaged the Afghan campaign and how we must rethink other “good” wars in the futu Thought this was good but depressing unsurprisingly Politicians and the military really ought to read a few history books before embarking on wars of choice in countries about which they know next to nothing

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Narrative history of the war in Afghanistan from its inception after 911 to the drawdown in 2014 Drawing on hundreds of interviews previously unpublished archives and months of reporting in Afghanistan Fairweather explores the righteous intentions and astounding hubris that caused the American strategy in Afghanistan to flounder refuting the long held notion that the war could have been won with troops and cash Fairweather argues that only by accepting the limitations in Afghanistan from the presence of the Taliban to the u With searing narrative drive and the pace of a novelist Jack Fairweather fast becoming one of the great modern military historians writes of the folly that has led to Afghanistan becoming a graveyard for US and UK military intervention Fairweather has both a cutting intelligence and a remarkable grasp of context but also a lucid style that essays one of the most stunning accounts of the Afghan war and the mistakes that led to the impasse we are now at Fairweather stands as a uniue voice both understanding w Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya previously unpublished archives and months of reporting in Afghanistan Fairweather explores the righteous intentions and astounding hubris that caused the American strategy in Afghanistan to flounder refuting the long held notion that the war could have been won with troops and cash Fairweather argues that only by accepting the limitations in Afghanistan from the Twisted presence of the Taliban to the u With searing narrative drive and the The Exploration of the Male Anatomy pace of a novelist Jack Fairweather fast becoming one of the great modern military historians writes of the folly that has led to Afghanistan becoming a graveyard for US and UK military intervention Fairweather has both a cutting intelligence and a remarkable grasp of context but also a lucid style that essays one of the most stunning accounts of the Afghan war and the mistakes that led to the impasse we are now at Fairweather stands as a uniue voice both understanding w


10 thoughts on “The Good War

  1. says:

    War will always be examined and critiued for the causalities failures and lost missions Lessons learned will end up in scholarly analysis to identify the decisions made and how they ultimately affected the outco

  2. says:

    Another absorbing account of the West's self created morass in Afghanistan

  3. says:

    Fairweather provides a comprehensive insightful overview of the Afghanistan War Highlighting the complexities of the country the contradictions in policy and politics and the devastation which ensued it's a must read for t

  4. says:

    A very eye opening book about the motivations personalities successes and failures of the people countries and private enterprises involved in the Afghanistan war Overall this is a very informative history of the war from the perspective of the West When the war started I thought how can we hope to impose a western government on an Islamic

  5. says:

    With searing narrative drive and the pace of a novelist Jack Fairweather fast becoming one of the great modern military h

  6. says:

    The Good War is easily read like a tragic novel A brilliant description of the different factors that led to the failure in Afghanistan The appalling lack of sensitivity and knowledge of most Western actors coupled with a lack of leadership and US aggressiveness are showcased as the ingredients for disaster Not very promising for future challenges

  7. says:

    I've just finished reading The Good War and still don't think we know where the war went wrong With as many sources as the author had I wonder if he still didn't have enough or if the story we're given is not the whole story

  8. says:

    As the author points out in the content of his book there was a whole series of reasons for not winning the war or the peace in AfghanistanStarting with poor leadership from the White House POTUS never gave firm strategic guidance or directi

  9. says:

    Thought this was good but depressing unsurprisingly Politicians and the military really ought to read a few history books before embarking on wars of choice in countries about which they know next to nothing

  10. says:

    A concise yet comprehensive history of America's war in Afghanistan