One of the saddest ironies of my own history is that the United States might have achieved its goals in Southeast Asia without ever going to war.
… but it will depend on what, exactly, Trump is trying to achieve.
The former secretary of state seems untroubled by his actions across Latin America during the Cold War.
The U.S. wields enormous power, but its success in using it depends on the actions of other nations. The Bangladesh crisis is a case in point.
The legendary and controversial statesman criticizes the Obama Doctrine, talks about the main challenges for the next president, and explains how to avoid war with China.
The former secretary of state reflects on war, peace, and the biggest tests facing the next president.