Jamie Fly

Foreign Policy Initiative

Guest

Executive Director of the Foreign Policy Initiative, a newly formed conservative think-tank in Washington, DC; former staffer in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (2005-2008) and on the US National Security Council (2008-2009)

Jamie Fly on KCRW

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