Was Gen. Milley’s commitment to resist the former president justified?
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The Biden Administration has joined the debate over how profoundly the military justice system should be reformed as the Senate is divided.
The current Department of Defense description of extremism prohibits the effects of a problem it does not yet define. A clear definition is needed to address extremism.
Justice Sotomayor cites Congress’s possible action on the policy as the reason for the court’s decision.
On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at 12:00 p.m., the House Armed Services Committee will hold a full committee hearing on extremism in the armed forces.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis’ terse and unequivocal disavowal on Wednesday of Trump’s Twitter declaration that the time for talk with North Korea had ended was greeted as just another Wednesday in the age of Trump. But Mattis’ relative outspokenness—and those of his civilian and uniformed colleagues—raises a broader question that, during any other period, would put a critical focus on the bedrock American principle of civil-military relations.
A review of Rosa Brooks' How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything: Tales From the Pentagon (Simon and Schuster 2016).