From Rudy Giuliani's article in the new edition of Foreign Affairs: "A realistic peace is not a peace to be achieved by embracing the "realist" school of foreign policy thought. That doctrine defines America's interests too narrowly and avoids attempts to reform the international system according to our values." - www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2007/08/toward_a_realistic_peace.html Typical neo-"conservative" "we must rule the world" garbage from The Mayor of 9/11. And we see how "well" the neo-"conservative" idealist school of foreign policy has worked during the Bush administration. The realist school of foreign policy worked out pretty well during the Cold War, if you ask me. We won that war.