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The Evolving Role of the American Military

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The U.S. Military has changed its mission. Back during World War II, it was about battles and winning. Everybody understood. Now, the mission is less clear. Post 9-11, the war is never ending, and there’s no particular nation target. The role of the military is constant, but not always about battles and winning. Coming up, the evolving role of the military in a changing world with law professor, former pentagon official and author Rosa Brooks.

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