By Sarah Lazare
In These Times

Why anti-war feminists don’t want hawkish women like Michèle Flournoy in positions of power.

As the incoming administration of Joe Biden is celebrated for advancing women’s rights through the likely appointment of hawkish women to high-status positions, anti-war feminists are seeking to counter the broadly held assumption that putting a woman’s face on pro-war policy and empire is a mark of progress.

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