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As a non-Arab Muslim state, neo-conservatives viewed Turkey as an important part of a security belt to protect Israel - a buffer between the Muslim world on one side and Israel and the West on the other - and those who sought to fully integrate Israeli security goals into US national security policy, saw Turkey as a more reliable ally than Arab states like Egypt and Jordan.
Neo-conservatives have demonstrated that they are unencumbered by those limits.
But like Boot, a great deal of what Wattenberg writes--inadvertently and in some cases deliberately--makes the paleos' case that contemporary neo-conservatives are really the "boat people of the McGovern revolution" rather than real conservatives.
The disproportionate influence of neo-conservative economists reflected the inclinations of its research coordinator whose outlook and priorities were given free rein by a group of commissioners too preoccupied with their other responsibilities--and particularly their brutal schedule of consultations with the public.
Instead, it settles for describing the many contributions individual Jews have made to the conservative movement, and, in the absence of an overarching theme, it argues that the Jewish neo-conservative intellectuals were acting out their Jewishness through intellectualism.
In particular, the authors ascribe great influence to lower level officials and intellectuals who form the backbone of the neo-conservative movement.
Taken together these neo-liberal and neo-conservative agendas represent a substantial shift from Australia's longstanding traditional approach, which was based on a normative commitment to providing an education of quality for all Australians.
Peter Bofinger, the boyish-looking, media-friendly economics professor from Wurzburg University, began appearing more frequently on the national television talk shows and--with the support of the German trade union federation DGB--was appointed as a new member of the Council of Economic Experts as a counterweight to the neo-conservative, supply-side oriented majority.
Instead, his ideas are characteristic of a subset of denominations more accurately described as fundamentalist and of a loose association of neo-conservative talk-show hosts, columnists, think-tanks, organizations, and politicians.
He was the self-styled leader of the pack of neo-conservative full-mooners advising Bush to invade Iraq from his first day in the White House.
Mr Meacher, MP for Oldham, cited a document called Rebuilding America's Defences, written in September 2000 by neo-conservative think tank Project for the New American Century (PNAC), which he called "a blueprint for US world domination.