The Business of War: American Leadership or Hegemony

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“A strong United States is the key to world peace and global prosperity.” It’s the myth Americans tell themselves. It’s the myth that perpetuates the U.S.’s quest for military dominance. How does U.S. military strategy shape the international order? Catch “The Business of War,” a 30-minute special on the dominance of conflict in U.S. history and its role in American foreign policy. It airs Sunday, at 13:00 GMT and 18:00 GMT, August 14; and Monday, at 01:00 GMT and 06:30 GMT, August 15.

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