An analysis of the political appointments to the different agencies within the U.S. national security apparatus shows that the key members of the president's foreign policy team hold widely divergent views on the threat posed by radical Islam — and on the nature of Islam itself.
For å lese denne artikkelen nå, må du bli abonnent eller logge inn hvis du allerede er. Artikkelen blir forøvrig frigitt 12 timer etter publisering.