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  • He writes, "The Cold War, as President Reagan saw it, was not only a conflict between East and West, it was in essence a moral conflict . . . which, at its heart, took the form of a war between truth and falsehood."

    BOOK REVIEW: ‘Fighting the Ideological War’ →

  • In an interview with this writer, Mr. Lenczowski said there is much yet to be learned about the recent debacle in Benghazi, but if reports are accurate that "our people, CIA people were there to get arms, to get Libyan arms to the Syrian resistance," then with the benefit of more information, we might determine if public diplomacy could have averted the crisis.

    BOOK REVIEW: ‘Full Spectrum Diplomacy and Grand Strategy’ →

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