Rekommenderar länkarna med kompletta intervjuklipp i denna Hoover Institution-info:
On Uncommon Knowledge this week, Peter Robinson interviews author and historian Victor Davis Hanson. They discuss the American style of war and it's weakness in Iraq and how Bush should have handled the anti-war opposition differently.
They go on to talk about the lessons VDH learned from his dad about the reality of war, why Pres. Obama gets away with the Bush war strategy, and the ultimate importance of understanding military history and human sacrifice.
The entire interview can be found at National Review Online:
Part 1 - why war is inseparable from the human condition: [LÄNK]
Part 2 - several ways in which the American way of war is distinctive: [LÄNK]
Part 3 - error and war, including the errors made in the War in Iraq: [LÄNK]
Part 4 - the study of war. : [LÄNK]
Part 5 - some insight into his life as a war historian — and more: [LÄNK]
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