Mr. Kaplan talked about his book Warrior Politics, published by Random House, with Mr. Utley. Touching on the work of ancient philosophers, Mr. Kaplan argued in favor of leadership based on pagan ethics, where the outcome determines the value of political policies. He also discussed such subjects as the current war in Afghanistan, what to do about Saddam Hussein, and the effects of globalization. Following the discussion, Mr. Kaplan answered questions from audience members. close
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