February 14, 2012

Liberal Hawks Ready to Soar over Syria

David Rieff, Foreign Policy

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Liberal interventionists were never as shaken by the lessons of Iraq as was commonly supposed.

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TAGGED: United States, Iraq, Sudan, Syria

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