Often, debates over foreign policy come down to how much emphasis each candidate would place on military threats versus negotiation, the Defense Department versus the State Department. But a series of events last week suggest that this bifurcation of choices is too simplistic. Move over, generals and diplomats. The lawyers are looking for a little action, and the next “war” may very well be in litigation.
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