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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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It's something one would expect from CATO, Reason, or some other neo-con rag, but certainly not from THE NEW AMERICAN!
Netanyahu, long a fellow of Washington's Neo-con club, is known to be an advocate of a "Greater Israel" surrounded by militarily-weak statelets based on sect or ethnicity and of enhancing the Jewish nature of this "super-state".
Messrs Hague and Cameron both voted enthusiastically for the Iraq war, a supremely irresponsible decision based on neo-con lies.
The neo-con American Enterprise Institute (AEI) is leading the campaign for a US attack against Iran, while Iranian MPs and analysts have urged an invasion of Saudi Arabia.