The Foreign Policy Bait and Switch

Writing on Monday in her new digs over at Foreign Policy, Laura Rozen told the story of how Candidate Obama’s foreign policy brain trust has been largely bypassed in President-elect Obama’s foreign policy team in favor of Hillary Clinton loyalists. My first reaction was basically, Boo-hoo. I can think of worse things than being left stranded in a tenured academic gig. But today Laura followed that piece up with an email from one of her sources for the original piece, explaining the policy implications of what went down: There’s an old saying in Washington: policy is people. This means thatto […]

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