VIDEO:Fukuyama: Bush failed to plan post-Saddam Iraq
20-May-2011 (one comment)

Back in 2001 Francis Fukuyama, the American philosopher and political economist, signed a letter to the then US President George W Bush, calling for American forces to be "used to provide a safe zone in Iraq" from which the opposition to Saddam Hussein could operate.

He tells HARDtalk's Sarah Montague that the Bush administration later failed to plan for the consequences of military intervention in Iraq and that, in retrospect, he wouldn't have signed such a letter.

The man famous for writing the End of History also answers the question asked in his latest book on why some countries have ended up as stable democracies, like Denmark, and others have not.

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The Fellow under which Trita wrote his thesis encouraged Bush ??

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The Fellow under which Trita wrote his thesis encouraged Bush to launch his Axis of Evil War on Terror ? ... 


Dr. Parsi studied for his Doctoral thesis on Israeli-Iranian relations under Professor Francis Fukuyama at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. 

National Iranian American Council (NIAC): Dr. Trita Parsi




Now wait a minute ... Didn't One Brilliant Swedish Subject on Capitol Hill Speak of Guilt By Association in regard to Crown Prince Reza's so called "Treacherous Alliances" ? ...


PRIMARY COLORS: Reza Pahlavi and Trita Parsi Take a Stroll Down The Political Lane ;0)