Can this new think tank clean up America's flabby foreign policy?

The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft is calling for realism and restraint in diplomacy

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The Blob's days may finally be numbered.

"The Blob," of course, is an epithet that critics apply to the gaseous, ideologically stultifying consensus in favor of foreign policy hawkishness that prevails in the leadership of both parties, on Capitol Hill, in the Pentagon and intelligence agencies, at defense contractors, and especially among staffers at most Washington think tanks.

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