That is the growing consensus among foreign policy observers including the two members of our A Team (Chris Robling and Charles Lipson) who, once again, join us. This time it’s for an overview of Ukraine, Russian challenges, the collapse of Iraq, the Iranian threat and the continuing crisis in Nigeria. The President and Secretary of State are found wanting, even by our third participant, Kitty Kurth, Democratic Party strategist.
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