Earlier this week I attended a conference sponsored by the neoconservative American Enterprise Institute, which is home to a number of former Bush administration officials such as Paul Wolfowitz and John Bolton, that sought to examine a U.S. role in a post-Castro, “free Cuba”. If you think the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan have deterred the neo-cons’ penchant for elaborate nation-building schemes, think again.
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