The Fog of War

Posted On Sep 10, 2021 By Addison Wiggin

When a man sticks a knife in his neighbor, it is not easy to disguise what is really happening. The event is right in front of him. But the fog of war, as Prussian General Carl Clausewitz called it, multiplies by the square of the distance from it. In the Oval Office or the war rooms of the Pentagon, the transactions that took place in Vietnam became “costs” or “losses” or “collateral damage.” Moreover, the loss in Vietnam didn’t put an end to our country’s distorted view of empire building.

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