If You Don't Want Generals to Speak Out, You Must Speak Up

In Foreign Policy, AHS speaker Peter Feaver questions whether military officers speak out too much:

"This public role is tricky. The military must be wary lest it find itself carrying political water for an administration unwilling or unable to defend its own policies. The military also must speak without subverting the chain of command and the integrity of the internal policymaking process. That means that the military must be careful not to speak with the intention of mobilizing public opinion against administration policy; that was the line that Fallon crossed."