Monday, November 27, 2006
My reaction to Richard Holbrooke's essay in today's Washington Post--a very unrealistic piece, in my opinion--is now up at National Interest online; how nice it must be when the world conforms to your expectations and directives!
The comments from Richard Holbrooke do not surprise me - he was one of the chief instigators of the foolish EU-US policies in the Balkans. May God protect us from the do-gooders.
I would like also to point out also that Iran, already entrenched in Armenia, will be in a position to return back the area including Georgia, after a 200-year old absence, in the near future.
I wonder what Richard Holbrooke’s reaction would be then?
So here we are. We need the Russians. The Russians don't need us. So how do we rebuild the bridges Gorbachev tried to build and which we systematically wrecked now that we need them?