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The Making of Bad Foreign Policy Ideas

Updated: Feb 2

Azimuth Advisor Charli Carpenter writes in Foreign Policy magazine that "bad ideas can arrive through many routes: faulty logic or facts, bad intentions, good intentions that turn out bad, cynicism, and more. If it fails on any one of these grounds, even an apparently worthy idea can fall short of its promise or worse."


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