Appearing on PBS NewsHour, Professor Bacevich argues that ending U.S. security commitment in Europe should be one part of rethinking our overall security posture.
Professor Andrew Bacevich calls on the U.S. Army to rename military installations that bear the names of Confederate generals.
Professor Emeritus Andrew Bacevich recently cofounded a think tank focused on promoting diplomacy as the primary foreign policy tool of the United States.
Dean Adil Najam and Professor Emeritus Andrew Bacevich discuss President Donald Trump’s military strategy in the Middle East.
Each panelist delivered brief remarks which was followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience.
Professor Emeritus Andrew Bacevich details his experience at the recent NBC News Commander-in-Chief Forum.
The Pardee School will host a panel discussion examining the events of September 11, 2001 fifteen years after the terrorist attacks took place.
Prof. Emeritus Andrew Bacevich discussed his new book, America’s War for the Greater Middle East.
Bacevich’s new book, America’s War for the Greater Middle East: A Military History, examines U.S. military policy in the Middle East.
Professor Emeritus Andrew Bacevich discussed why America has failed to end a largely unsuccessful war.
The discussion focused on the lasting consequences of the Sykes-Picot Agreement.
Andrew Bacevich discusses President Obama’s aversion to foreign policy doctrines.
Pardee School Emeritus Professor Andrew Bacevich said that misreadings of American history had disastrous consequences for current foreign policy discussions.
Pardee School Emeritus Professor Andrew Bacevich said that the U. S. withdrawal from Afghanistan was a compromise with moral consequences.
Changing oil and gas markets in the western hemisphere mean that the so-called Islamic State poses little direct threat to the U.S., says Bacevich.
Pardee School Emeritus Professor Andrew Bacevich says that the Presidential candidate most likely to offer substantive insight on foreign policy issues is one most voters have never heard of.
Andrew Bacevich says that the greater Middle East cannot be stabilized by use of U.S. military power.
Always-pithy emeritus professor Andrew Bacevich describes public intellectuals as Asian carp let loose in the Great Lakes in the Huffington Post.
Emeritus Pardee Prof. Andrew Bacevich said that Pres. Barack Obama’s request for Congressional approval of military action against ISIL provided an opportunity to critically examine national security strategy.
Emeritus professor Andrew Bacevich slammed the National Security Strategy document released this month by the Obama administration, calling it “what Spam is to a pig: highly processed and short on nutrition.”