Here is the best of what AEI’s foreign and defense policy scholars are reading this week:
Elliott Abrams in National Review Online reflects on Hillary Clinton’s Management Failure
Adam Entous, Julian E. Barnes and Drew Hinshaw at the Wall Street Journal reveal how Mali Exposes Flaws in West’s Security Plans
Seth Mandel at Commentary Magazine considers Israel’s Equilibrium
Lee Smith at the Weekly Standard on The Nonexistent Red Line
C. Christine Fair, Karl C. Kaltenthaler and William J. Miller at the Atlantic write, You Say Pakistanis All Hate the Drone War? Prove It
Max Fisher in the Washington Post on Looking for al-Qaeda in Algeria
Zack Gold at the National Interest writes, Egypt’s Revolution Turns Two
Joseph Szyliowicz and Sigurd Neubauer in CNN’s GPS blog discusses A New Era for the Eastern Mediterranean?
Clem Chambers at Forbes asks, What if the U.K. Leaves Europe?
J. Berkshire Miller at the Diplomat considers Asia’s Other Island Spat…Between Japan and Russia
And finally, here is a clip of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton erupting when Sen. Ron Johnson challenges her on the administration’s Benghazi storyline, declaring “what difference does it make” how the four Americans died? Incredible.