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Wolfowitz: operating in a word without nemesis

Paul Wolfowitz, one of the leading architects of the Iraq debacle, has an article in today’s Financial Times, telling world leaders what to do about Iran’s nuclear capabilities. Surprisingly, nowhere in the article does he say, “Of course I was spectacularly wrong last time anyone asked me my opinion, but here I go again.”

Imagine you hired a plumber. He tells you the job is both vital and easy. The cost ends up…

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