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Stephen M. Walt

Misreading the tea leaves: US missteps on foreign policy

By Stephen M. Walt
October 5, 2006

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JUST WHEN YOU think that US foreign policy couldn't possibly get worse, the Bush administration manages to take it down another notch. Iraq is a debacle; the Taliban is resurgent in Afghanistan; and Osama bin Laden is still at large. North Korea has become a nuclear weapons state and Iran's nuclear ambitions remain unchecked. The quixotic campaign to ``transform" the ... (Full article: 751 words)

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