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The Danger of Making Promises That the U.S. Isn’t Going to Keep

Noah Millman continues the discussion on what we can know about Romney and Obama’s future foreign policy. I want to draw attention to these sentences near the end: I’m saying that making promises you don’t intend to keep is an index of bad character. Bush Jr. was right not to go to war over Georgia. [...]
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