The sitting generals like it. The retired generals who dominate corporate news shows appear to like it. The Beltway Establishment is impressed. Democrats like Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia want “more details.” The neoconservatives really like it. And the weapons manufacturers are liking it all the way to the bank.
But on Tuesday, in the wake of President Donald Trump’s newly announced strategy for the U.S. war in Afghanistan, British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said the new plan would only continue the “failure” of American policy in South Asia and called on Prime Minister Theresa May not to “obediently applaud” her approval nor jump on board to join in the folly.
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