Monday, April 09, 2012

Misc.

Between the wars: "I don't think there's any way to come out of this that Afghanistan is going to be more stable than when we went in," says Christine Fair, a South Asia security expert at Georgetown University in Washington. "A lot of people, including me, expect another civil war."

The first ones to starve, the first ones to die: "Most of women's important achievements over the last decade are likely to be reversed," predicted a bleak report issued last month by the Afghan Human Rights and Democracy Organization. Don't blame Hilary.

Still crazy after all these years: Russian communists have held on Saturday afternoon a rally in Moscow against the projected deployment of a NATO supply base on the Russian territory.

Understatement of the month: "More than three years into his term, it’s possible to assess where the promotion of democracy and freedom ranks in President Obama’s foreign policy: not high."

Like I said.

1 Comments:

Blogger Fred said...

""More than three years into his term, it’s possible to assess where the promotion of democracy and freedom ranks in President Obama’s foreign policy: not high.""

change "foreign" for "economic" and it is another "no shite Sherlock" moment.

President Teleprompter is all shortcomings and no hat.

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