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Further Reading

·  Andrew Bacevich and Matthew Shadle, “No Exit from Iraq?Commonweal CXXXIV:17 (October 12, 2007).

·  Andrew J. Bacevich, "Downsizing: What the 'Surge' Really Means," Commonweal CXXXIV:7 (April 6, 2007).

·  Andrew J. Bacevich and Elizabeth H. Prodromou, “God Is Not Neutral: Religion and U.S. Foreign Policy after 9/11,” Orbis 48. 1 (Winter 2004): 43-54.

·  J. Bryan Hehir, “Religion, Realism and Just Intervention,” in Dionne/Elshtain/Drogosz, eds., Liberty and Power (Brookings, 2004), 11-33.

·  J. Bryan Hehir, “The Moral Measurement of War: A Tradition of Change and Continuity,” in John Carlson and Erik Owen, eds., The Sacred and the Sovereign (Georgetown, 2003), 41-65.

·  Nigel Biggar, “Making Peace or Doing Justice: Must We Choose?” in Nigel Biggar, ed., Burying the Past: Making Peace and Doing Justice after Civil Conflict (Georgetown, 2003), 3-24.

·  Jean Bethke Elshtain, “Politics and Forgiveness,” in Burying the Past, 45-64.


·  R. Scott Appleby, The Ambivalence of the Sacred: Religion, Violence, and Reconciliation (Rowman & Littlefield, 2000), 207-44 [Chap 6].