Edwards Attacks Rudy in Foreign Affairs

In this week's edition of Foreign Affairs, Rudy Giuliani and John Edwards articulate their views on how to improve American National Security. Edwards repeats his now-familiar criticism of the term "war on terror," and actually takes the opportunity, not for the first time, to attack Giuliani.

Edwards writes, "Meanwhile, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani curiously seems to have forgotten that he said in March that we should abandon the "war on terror" approach because, in his words, "America is seen as a country by too many that wants to have war, or exercises its power too much, pushes its weight around too much."

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