Monday, June 16, 2014

You give me the plane ticket, I'll give you the war

From a New York Times profile of the influence on Robert Kagan on the debate over the latest Middle East Crisis --

Both Mr. Kagan and his brother are taking considerable pains to describe their advocacy as broadly bipartisan. “The urgent priority is to unite internationalists on both sides of the spectrum,” said Fred Kagan, while his brother, Robert, mentioned his briefing of a bipartisan congressional delegation at Davos and his good relations with top White House officials, including the national security adviser, Susan E. Rice.