War on Peace
The End of Diplomacy and the Decline of American InfluenceBook - 2018
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.... I stood in General Dostum’s court, and stared at his reindeer, and tried not to act surprised. The reindeer seemed confused as to why he was there, and I must have seemed confused as to why the reindeer was there. But there he was.... I stepped out of the way to avoid getting impaled by an antler. .... Dostum indicated the reindeer with both hands, like Vanna White presenting a Wheel of Fortune prize. He beamed at the deer and then at me—a magnanimous smile that said “see, I brought a reindeer,” as if this was the most normal way in the world to arrive at an interview. I pursed my lips for a moment. He was waiting for a response. “That’s a beautiful animal, General,” I said. You choose your words carefully in the courts of warlords, especially when they’re flanked by men with M4 carbines slung across their chests. Plus, the antlers.
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