December 20, 2013

Dominos, KFC on Front Lines of Foreign Policy

Joshua Keating, Slate

The Associated Press

The dispute between the U.S. and India over the treatment of a diplomat accused of underpaying her housekeeper was already getting way out of hand, but now apparently America’s favorite purveyor of terrible pizza (and the world’s largest pizza chain) has been drawn into it.

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