November 3, 2010

Can Common Ground Be Found on Foreign Policy?

John Norris, Foreign Policy

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Five foreign-policy ideas these natural enemies can both get behind.

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TAGGED: Foreign Policy, Department of Defense, Robert Gates, Pentagon, Foreign Aid, Iraq, Afghanistan, Tea Party, Republican Party

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