June 22, 2014

Being a Neocon Means Never Having to Apologize

Stephen Walt, Foreign Policy

Fox News

How can a group of people be so wrong so often and at such high cost, yet still retain considerable respect and influence in high circles?

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TAGGED: Neoconservatism, Iraq, United States, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, William Kristol

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