Once again, John Kerry heads to the Middle East. In just the brief time since his last trip, we have seen still more evidence of the futility of his efforts. At what point does Kerry’s behavior become the very definition of insanity? I explore at LobeLog.
Kerry’s Last-Ditch Effort As Quixotic As Ever
June 25, 2013 by Mitchell Plitnick
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