September 8, 2011

America's Foreign Policy Blind Spots

Leslie Gelb, Democracy Journal

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The "war on terror" has proved to be perhaps the most wasteful, unnecessary, self-destructive, and frighteningly costly of all America’s foreign-policy mistakes. But it is not an aberration.

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TAGGED: Libya, Iraq, George W. Bush, Afghanistan, Barack Obama, 9/11, United States

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