May 27, 2012

The West's Fatal Addiction to Democracy

George Jonas, National Post

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Much as we like democracy and eager as we are to export it, we'll have to start considering that democracy may not be our friend. More precisely, it may not be our friend abroad. Specifically, it may not be our friend in Pakistan, or in Egypt.

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TAGGED: United States, George W. Bush, Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan

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