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The Obama White House And Doctors Without Borders: Handling Tragedy Amid The Fog Of War

In this article published on Forbes.com, I examine President Obama’s apology for the Doctors Without Borders tragedy that was as well-timed as circumstances allow. However, the rules of engagement must now be overhauled to prevent horrific reoccurances.

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Richard S. Levick, Esq. is Chairman and CEO of LEVICK, a global strategic communications and public affairs firm.

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