The presidents conservative critics

Illustration by Bob Aul"When President Bush's foreign-policy players came into office, the widespread assumption was that they would be cautious but competent. Sort of like the last Bush administration. Instead, they've been great at enunciating bold policies—such as preempting terrorism—and terrible at executing them."

Max Boot, Olin Senior Fellow in National Security Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, contributing editor toThe Weekly Standard, weekly columnist for the Los Angeles Times.
 
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