A New York Times Profile Stirs Up The Foreign Policy Establishment
A profile of Ben Rhodes in this week’s New York Times Magazine has ignited the foreign policy “establishment.”
Rhodes is President Obama’s deputy national security adviser and he’s been in the White House since Obama’s first day in office. In the article, Rhodes criticizes the press and what he calls the foreign policy establishment “Blob.”
Lots of foreign policy types have written responses to the assertions that Rhodes makes in the article , including Daniel Drezner, a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and a regular contributor to the Washington Post. Drezner joins us to share his take on the Rhodes kerfuffle.