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The unforeseen consequences of American Middle Eastern policy since the Second World War are now making themselves apparent.
Mitt Romney’s bumbling in Israel nonetheless introduced a subject few other American politicians know anything about, nor do, it seems, the staffs of the NSA, CIA and other American political and military planners.
Looking backward, there is a great deal to be said for leaving well enough alone, which is more difficult than one might think.
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