The Hell of Good Intentions
Harvard University’s Stephen Walt argued that the U.S. should move away from nation-building and focus more on securing Europe, the Middle East, and East Asia.
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Stephen Werthem Historian
Christopher A. Preble Vice President Cato Institute->Defense and Foreign Policy Studies
Stephen M. Walt Professor Harvard University->International Affairs
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