Articles By Elliott Abrams
 
December 2017 / January 2018
Since the Arab Spring, authoritarian regimes are on the march. To discourage democrats is bad for the West as well as for their peoples
 
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July/August 2014
Is President Obama's announcement that he wishes to ‘ramp up' support for the rebels a serious policy change or more obfuscation?
 
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June 2013
Critics like to think that neoconservative ideas lie buried in the sands of Iraq. But neocons are still in the mainstream of US politics
 
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October 2011
The next US president needs to learn from the blunders of this administration to pursue a foreign policy worthy of a great power
 
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About Elliott Abrams
Elliott Abrams is a senior fellow for Middle Eastern Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington DC. He was Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Adviser under Geoge W. Bush.
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