The seismic shocks rocking the Middle East this week — renewed war in Iraq, an emerging radical Sunni caliphate and a possible independent Kurdistan — remind us anew that, before politicians jump into the race to succeed President Barack Obama, they better have serious foreign policy credentials.
That is one reason Hillary Clinton’s new book on her tenure as secretary of state, Hard Choices, has appeared at such an auspicious time. It provides insights into the kind of global leader she might be if she wins the presidency in 2016.
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