January 29, 2014

Why John Kerry Is So Scary

Thomas Friedman, New York Times

The Associated Press

It is pretty clear now that Secretary of State John Kerry will either be diplomatic salvation for Israel or the most dangerous diplomatic fanatic Israel has ever encountered. But there isn’t much room anymore for anything in between. This is one of those rare pay-per-view foreign policy moments. Pull up a chair. You don’t see this every day.

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