The year that leaders, well, did not lead

Despite a range of crises demanding strong, forward-looking leadership, Washington Post columnist David Ignatius contends that 2011 was a year in which few leaders stepped up to tackle critical events.

Writing that the “fog of war” was replaced by the “fog of policy,” Ignatius says that the “two most worrisome examples of the befuddled leader were in Europe and Pakistan. Though culturally a world apart, both experienced a year in which political leaders failed to address existential threats.
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