Jolie Bolsters Foreign Policy Bona Fides With Post Op-ed

With this blog post we’ve officially spent too much time talking about Angelina Jolie. As a publication that aspires to some level of seriousness, we know we risk mockery for this. But after we noted Monday that the sultry actress is an aspiring member of the Council on Foreign Relations, we can’t help but alert our readers to her Bahai, Chad-datelined op-ed in today’s Washington Post (which we linked to in today’s Media Roundup). We’re normally not inclined to be generous toward celebrities when they wade into the policy arena. But, with that disclaimer, Jolie’s op-ed seemed eminently sensible to […]

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