August 1976
New Republic;8/21/76, Vol. 175 Issue 8/9, p5
The article reflects on U.S. politician Jimmy Carter's foreign policy advisers, such as Cyrus Vance, Paul Nitze, and Zbigniew Brzezinski. The article criticizes the advisers for their consistent inaccurate judgment of international affairs, and lists a number of politicians and officials it feels have a firm grasp of foreign policy.


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