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neo-con

(ˌniːəʊˈkɒn)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) informal
a. a neo-conservative
b. (as modifier): a neo-con think tank.
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Will they suddenly stop using our young people as canon-fodder for their neo-con wars?
In the run up to the invasion of March 2003, you couldn't switch on a television news program in Britain or America without seeing a neo-con or aACAyliberal interventionist' obsessing about Iraq.
She ticks every box in the Neo-Con book and then some.
William Kristol, a key neo-con the editor of the Weekly Standard, wrote of Lugar, Voinovich, Dominici and Warner - the four most senior Republicans who want a change of course in Iraq - and said: "They are pre-9/11 Republicans.
They range from neo-con hawks, such as Clifford May of the Foundation for the Defence of Democracies, to outspoken foes of the original decision to invade Iraq, such as the head of the Middle East Policy Council, retired ambassador Charles Freeman.
In a speech at the neo-con American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, Vice President Cheney said critics of the war were overlooking the substantial progress Iraq had already made in fostering democracy and stability.
I wonder however, what his neo-con, Bible-bashing buddies are making of it.
But in turning away from the "vanguard" of the contemporary art world, he is wrong to look to the tweedy, "cultured" intelligentsia for the true vine: Whether neo-con or old left, their ideas about art tend to be obtuse.
I am soooo tired of this piece of neo-con sophistry.
An American philosopher said in 2009, that the priorities of the Neo-Con revolution, the priorities of the shareholder and the "values" of the marketplace were brutally damaging the civic pulse, "A politics of the common good invites us to think of ourselves less as consumers and more as citizens," he continued.
Instead of rethinking and correcting such policies, the United States swallowed the neo-con argument that 9/11 was not an enraged response to American policies, but was instead the product of a violent and fanatical Arab world.
The one who helped formulate the neo-Con policy of American world domination through naked aggression, then toured the planet attempting to sell it?