Disgracefully Betrayed by Robert Kagan

31 Jan 2015, 11:15 am

Many on the right will have shared my shock and astonishment at Robert Kagan’s advice to Bibi Netanyahu to “Bow Out Gracefully” (from addressing Congress) displayed prominently on the opinion page of Friday’s Washington Post. Robert never displayed the breath-taking scope of

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Disgracefully Betrayed by Robert Kagan

Many on the right will have shared my shock and astonishment at Robert Kagan’s advice to Bibi Netanyahu to “Bow Out Gracefully” (from addressing Congress) displayed prominently on the opinion page of Friday’s Washington Post. Robert never displayed the breath-taking scope of

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