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U.S. President George W. Bush behind the podium at a press conference in 2007. U.S. President George W. Bush, whose policy of preventive war has been called the Bush Doctrine, at a press conference in 2007.

Elements of the Bush Doctrine Will Outlive the Bush Presidency

Monday, May 5, 2008

President George W. Bush has been dismissed as a lame duck, but it appears that significant elements of the doctrine that bears his name will endure long after he leaves the White House.

Although we haven't heard much about the Bush Doctrine in recent years, its impact on American foreign policy—both positive and negative—is as significant as it is misunderstood. ...

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