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Trump’s Syrian missile strike was a strategic blunder with Xi
Dedicated to the memory of Dean Rusk; a Southern gentleman, an American patriot, and a public servant who understood what is at stake with China. In statecraft, there are three types of blunders or sins. Two are punished and one … Continue reading
Posted in Government, statesmanship, strategy Tagged Barack Obama, Chemical warfare, Donald Trump, Syria, Tomahawk (missile), Xi Jinping Comments Off on Trump’s Syrian missile strike was a strategic blunder with Xi