Watching George W. Bush struggle with foreign policy is like watching a rerun of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” You never know which personality, the good guy or the bad guy, is going to prevail.
The problem is, neither does he. Like the protagonist in Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic clash of dual personalities, George Bush is capable of doing both good and evil, often at the same time. Look at the contrast between Iraq, Iran and North Korea.