Thomas Donnelly, a defense policy expert with the conservative American Enterprise Institute, said he believed that the Obama administration would be seeking to come up with “a multiwar, multioperation, multifront, walk-and-chew-gum construct.”
A question for the readership: As Michèle Flournoy and her crack team at the Pentagon think about what the force structure should look like in the years to come, what should they seek to preserve? What should they get rid of? What kinds of threats should they prepare to counter?
And what the hell got into England today? I listened to the match on the radio and couldn't believe my ears.