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Rajiv Chandrasekaran's 2006 National Book Award nominee Imperial Life in the Emerald City won praise as "eyewitness history of the first order" for its piercing narratives about the realities of war in Iraq. In his new Little America, this former Washington Post assistant managing editor cuts through polemics about the war in Afghanistan in comparable ways. What emerges are bracing accounts of turf battles on the ground in Asia and in Washington at the Pentagon and the White House. Brimming with memorable anecdotes and striking specificity, this book is certain to win attention (and probably awards) for its insights.