July 22, 2010

Neocons Versus Nonproliferation

Matthew Yglesias, The American Prospect

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The tenuous fate of the new START treaty shows the continuing power of neocons within the Republican Party.

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TAGGED: Republican Party, Mitt Romney, Russia, START Treaty, Non-proliferation, neoconservatism

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