Associated with the speeches of third world revolutionaries in the 1960s4 or the pamphlets of radical leftist groups,5 describing the United States as imperialist had little impact within the United States, even if the adjective imperialist does accurately describe U.S. expansionism for the last 150 years. Since the invasion of Iraq, it has, however, become almost common place, even among mainstream journalists, like John B. Judis,6 to talk of the United States' imperial posture in the early twenty-first century.
Never-Ending Occupations Salah D. Hassan Michigan State University a military occupation that ends with the complete withdrawal of all foreign troops from the occupied territory almost always is associated with political failure, lost causes, and wasted lives. Just as the launching of an aggressive war of occupation is a messy political affa
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