Flynt Leverett is senior fellow at the New America Foundation and a visiting professor of political science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He served as senior director for Middle East affairs at the National Security Council and on the State Department's Policy Planning Staff during President Bush's first term. After leaving the Bush administration because of policy disagreements, he was a foreign-policy adviser to Senator John Kerry's presidential campaign.
A roundtable discussion of our options for exiting Iraq.Flynt LeverettJul 09, 2007
It's January, 2009. A Democrat has just become president and confronts one mean conundrum: What's the best way to leave Iraq?Flynt LeverettMay 19, 2007