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Elizabeth N. Saunders, one of The Monkey Cage's senior editors, is an associate professor in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, and a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. She is the author of Leaders at War: How Presidents Shape Military Interventions.
Leaders at War: How Presidents Shape Military Interventions
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