The U.S. Is in No Danger of 'Under-reaching' in Foreign Policy

Warning about “under-reach” when the U.S. is still engaged in hostilities in multiple countries and has changed nothing else about its commitments except for Afghanistan is risible.

The New York Times lets Biden’s foreign policy establishment critics hold forth in a new article:

“The foreign policy establishment did get it wrong in Iraq, where the U.S. overreached,” said Richard N. Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations. “We got it wrong in Libya, we got it wrong in Vietnam. But over the last 75 years, the foreign …

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