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A defense of neo-conservatism?

That's what some would call it, but Michael Brandon McClellan's new column is a bit narrower in focus than that. It offers up a limited defense of the doctrine of regime change and democracy building. This policy has proved extremely costly in terms of lives, treasure and our international relations, but McClellan examines the practical alternatives and finds them to be, well, not very practical.