Nile Gardiner

former Advisor to Rudy Giuliani

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Senior Fellow in Anglo-American Security Policy at the Heritage Foundation and Director of its Freedom Center; Advisor to Rudy Giuliani's 2008 presidential campaign; former aide to then-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

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Foreign Policy and Tonight's Debate

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