The experience of the past 16 years suggests that war, in one form or another, is here to stay. Looking at the global map, do we see a real prospect for a decline in the need or appetite for the employment of U.S. military powers abroad? If not, what are the ramifications of being in an “endless war”? And what role can lawyers play in guiding American decision-makers in this regard?
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