March 13, 2014

Obama, Putin and The Green Axis of Evil

James Delingpole,

The Atlantic

One of the biggest divisions in the conservative movement right now is how to respond to Vladimir Putin's aggression in the Ukraine. On the one hand are the neo-cons who apparently want to flex America's muscles and open a new Cold War; on the other are the neo-isolationists who believe that this is a quarrel in a far-away country between people of whom we know nothing. Both sides are missing the trick that could make this a win-win situation. (Well, for everyone except Putin, that is)

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