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Posts by Eric Martin

We Can't Leave Until We Kill All the People that Want Us to Leave: Yemen Edition - June 05, 2012

Letters from an Occupant: The Abbottabad Documents - May 03, 2012

I Prefer to Give the Inhabitants a Say: Reality and the Surge in Iraq - February 29, 2012

On Consistency, Precedents and Humanitarian Intervention - February 01, 2012

Tell Me Now If You Want Me to Stay; It Don't Matter, 'Cause I'd Stay Here Anyway - October 25, 2011

A Glass Abode - October 14, 2011

When You Say No-Fly-Zone and R2P, Do You Mean Regime Change? - October 07, 2011

On Rhetoric and Regime Change: This Is How I End Up Sucked In - August 03, 2011

The Libya Intervention: Why Retrospection Is Premature - July 20, 2011

The Bombs that Will Bring Us Together? - July 13, 2011

Isn't It Possible that Our Military Operations in Afghanistan and Pakistan Are Actually Destabilizing Pakistan? - June 29, 2011

Ignoring the Obvious: When Pondering Engaging in Armed Conflict, We Look Past the Basics - June 15, 2011

Tactician, Plan Thyself - June 08, 2011

Running Things...It Ain't All Gravy - April 21, 2011

Start Another Fire and Watch It Slowly Die: The Aftermath of Regime Change - April 14, 2011

On Precedents and Double Standards in Libya and the Wider Region - March 22, 2011

Tell Me How This Ends - March 11, 2011

Jaw Jaw Is Better than Wish Wish - February 18, 2011

Don't Believe the Hype: The Surge as a Sequel - February 11, 2011

Back to the Top of the Slide - February 11, 2011

Counterterrorism in the State of the Union: A Tale of Two Paragraphs - January 26, 2011

It Isn't All About Us - January 14, 2011

Tripping Over the Trip Wire - December 07, 2010

Even al-Qaeda's Politics Are Local - November 19, 2010

Containment 2.0 - November 17, 2010

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