Elliott Abrams

former Deputy Advisor for Middle East Affairs, National Security Council

Guest

Former Deputy Advisor for Middle East affairs at the National Security Council (2002-2005); senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations

Elliott Abrams on KCRW

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