Friday, March 09, 2007

Those silly Europeans

Robert Kagan, Of Paradise and Power, 2003:
American policymakers have found it hard to believe, but leading officials and politicians have worried more about how the United States might handle or mishandle the problem of Iraq--by taking unilateral and extralegal military action--than they ever worried about Iraq itself and Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction.
Since then, neocon Kagan has hit upon the solution of treating China primarily as a problem, while the rest of us--given the neoconservative stewardship of the size of the Iraq problem--are onto the problem of treating neoconservatism as any kind of a solution.

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