February 8, 2014

The F-Bomb Heard Round the World

Walter Mead, The American Interest

The Associated Press

Victoria Nuland, the Assistant Secretary of State whose intemperate remark about the European Union were secretly recorded and released on YouTube (allegedly by the Russians), probably wouldn’t have received high marks from Emily Post.

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