March 6, 2014

Tough Talk from U.S. Hawks Is Empty

Rajan Menon, The National Interest

The Associated Press

You would think it’s self-evident that Ukraine’s current crisis and the controversies sparked before its eruption byIran’s nuclear program, China’s muscle-flexing against Japan and the Philippines over disputed tiny islands, and Syria’s continuing carnage are distinct—that they have little, if anything, in common. Well, you’d be wrong, at least in the eyes of the Read Full Article ››


TAGGED: Russia, Ukraine, Senkaku Islands, China, Iran's Nuclear Installation, Iran, Obama Administration, United States

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