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Monday, January 21, 2008

January 21, 2008 -- Contents


(1) EDITORIAL: Dear Secretary Rice

(2) Is the Top UN Nuclear Arms Inspector an Anti-American Russian Spy?

(3) Another International Evaluation, Another Pathetic Failing Grade for Putin's Russia

(4) Ukraine Pleads for Immediate NATO Admission

(5) Annals of Neo-Soviet Barbarism: Only the Weakest Need to Kill to Win

(6) Exposing Medvedev, the Pseudo-Liberal

(7) At Last, the MSM gets Around to Kozlovsky

(8) Annals of Neo-Soviet Barbarism: The British Council Fiasco

NOTE: In our latest installment on Publius Pundit, we prove there's "no fool like a Russian fool" by exposing the crazed militaristic statements over the weekend of a leading Russian general on state-owned Russian national television. Feel free to leave your comments as to why Russians insist on being their own worst enemy.


Chip said...

I think you're slightly off on one point. Talking about nuking the United States, or Poland and the Czechs if allies of the United States, makes much of the world happy. There's a very strong pro-nuke-the-U.S. block in France and the UK, to name two. They're our allies. It goes downhill from there. Most of the people in Pakistan would push the buttons personally. Which stinks since they actually have a nuclear stockpile. Nuking the U.S. is probably popular with most of the Democrats who will immediately blame President Bush.

Anonymous said...

The Foreign Noted blog posted a link to a brilliant, excellent article by James Sherr, (Russia and the West: A Reassessment).

May I suggest that LR contact ARAG and ask for permission to post the article?

It is absolutely brilliant!

Click on the right hand side of the link below on the James Sherr article, listed under Recent Publications: