Can Biden end America's forever wars?

WASHINGTON D.C. (The New Arab) – When Joe Biden launched a strike on Syria just over a month into taking office, some cynically remarked that he was exercising a rite of passage for every American president: attacking the Middle East. But as Biden settles into his role as president, he is entering an era in which many Americans have grown tired of indefinite wars, 9/11 no longer feels like a recent event, and the public’s attention is increasingly turned towards domestic threats. “It’s not 2002 anymore. Having a carte blanche to bomb countries wherever he likes is problematic,” Juan Cole, a hi…

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