The Wolfowitz Doctrine

In 1992, the Cold War was over. But the Defense Department was already planning for the next one.

1. In the atmosphere of punch-drunk Cold War triumphalism that followed the Soviet Union’s collapse, a small group of neoconservatives in Dick Cheney’s Defense Department started planning for a unipolar world. The document they drafted in the waning days of the George H. W. Bush administration, the 1992 Defense Planning Guidance (DPG), was a road map […]

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