Andrew Sullivan has an interesting post up about Israel’s invasion of Gaza. In it he quotes an article which wrote:
Indeed, he at times seemed to offer this absence of strategy as a virtue, as evidence that the war had been forced upon Israel rather than chosen: “we have no grand political scheme… we were forced to defend ourselves to provide better security, period.”
Interesting how just a few posts ago I worried about what would be the consequences of countries invading one another without clear plans on how to accomplish their goals or get out feasibly. Frankly, this situation in Gaza is getting more worrisome by the day.