July 15, 2014

The Washington Post Declares War on Russia

James Carden, The National Interest

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As if more evidence were needed that pronouncements by Fred Hiatt’s Washington Post editorial page with regard to Russia and Ukraine ought to be treated with extreme skepticism, if not outright ignored, last Friday’s offering, which calls for the United States to enact unilateral sanctions on Russia should suffice.

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