Honorable Elliott Abrams

Elliott Abrams (born January 24, 1948) is a well known neoconservative American diplomat, lawyer and political scientist who served in foreign policy positions for both U.S. Presidents, Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush.

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U.S. Policy on Human Rights

Speech Given at the National Council for the Social Studies Conference November 23, 1983 San Francisco, California  SHORTLY BEFORE his recent death, the venerable French writer and social theorist, Raymond Aron, observed that “the great weakness of the United States today is the absence of the will to power and fatigue of the people.” Raymond … Read more

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