May 6, 2015
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Washington Institute celebrated its 30th anniversary last week in appropriate fashion: by bringing together policymakers, addressing current challenges, and making headlines.
The Institute used the occasion of its anniversary conference to release a wide-ranging policy document to help inform the final two years of the Obama administration. Written by a bipartisan group that included two former national security advisors, the paper asserts that multiple conflicts are undermining the entire architecture of the Middle East state system: "Should this weakening trend continue, we will inevitably be forced to contend with plots against not just our friends but also against the American homeland."
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