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America should drop the ‘Dr Evil fallacy’ on assassination

7 mins | Jan 11, 2020
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Targeted killing is no substitute for patient and vigilant foreign policy. Writing in the Financial Times in January 2020, Gideon Rachman argues that the US' 'Dr. Evil syndrome' - or targetted killing in order to solve complex foreign policy situations - has not been proven effective, and should be dropped in favour of more patient and vigilant policies.
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