Defense One Radio, Ep. 116: Has US foreign policy become too militarized?

Two researchers compiled data on U.S. military interventions from 1776 to 2019. Here's what they learned.

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  • Monica Toft, professor of international politics and the director of the Center for Strategic Studies at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy; 
  • And Sidita Kushi, assistant professor of political science at Bridgewater State University.

Their Foreign Affairs essay, “The Roots of Washington’s Addiction to Military Force: And How China’s Rise Could Constrain American Interventionism,” was published in January.