February 20, 2012

Newt Challenges DC Foreign Policy Establishment

Yates & Whiton, RealClearWorld

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Over a decade after 9/11, our Washington foreign policy establishment has failed at confronting the ideology of radical Islamism, forcing our military instead to contend indefinitely with the movement's terrorist vanguard. We remain bystanders as Islamists outflank reformers in political contests across the Middle East, creating the prospect of a region more hostile to America and our allies.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, 2012, Newt Gingrich

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