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October 31, 2006

Is neoconservatism dead? Douglas Murray - author of Neoconservatism: Why We Need It - explains to The Guardian why it is not

Posted by Michael Mosbacher

Matthew Parris has argued in The Times (21st October 2006) that neoconservatism is dead and that it is time for neoconservatives to apologise for the Iraq war: Time for the neocons to admit that the Iraq war was wrong from the start.

Douglas Murray - author of Neoconservatism: Why We Need It - argues in today's Guardian (31st October 2006) that neoconservatism is far from dead: Mission distorted: Wilful misinterpretation of neocon beliefs and actions will only bring more suffering to Iraq.

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