New Lines Magazine
Once again, the country has two rival prime ministers. But this time it isn’t a result of a war or a contested election. Rather it’s a symptom of our era of a Global Enduring Disorder.
The Boston Globe
Instead of conceiving of Ukraine, Libya, or Syria as exotic, far-away conflict zones disconnected from Americans’ daily life, what if we looked at them as the result of America’s abrupt withdrawal from its empire…
Ten years ago last week, many Libyan citizens and certain international politicians rejoiced in...
Open with Erich Prince
Jason discusses the Ukraine crisis and post-Cold War global order.
Jason Pack went on the Bunker podcast, to discuss his new book Libya and the Global Enduring...
“Libya is a microcosm of global disorder” says Jason Pack, author of the upcoming book: “Libya and...
This is spectacular. Jason Pack, expertly guided by Arthur Snell, emulates Sviatoslav Richter in his combination of mastery of detail and soaring like an eagle over the whole terrain, taking in the big picture.— Paul Jones (@PaulJon91817883) December 13, 2021