James Rubin

Sunday Times

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Weekly columnist on foreign affairs for the Sunday Times in London; former adjunct professor of international and public affairs at Columbia University; former senior foreign policy adviser to Senator Biden; former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs under President Clinton and spokesperson for Secretary of State Madeline Albright (1997-2000)

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