Tuesday, July 24, 2007

... But Honesty On Karabakh

Matthew Bryza, the U.S. Co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group, is quoted as saying that any resolution of the Karabakh conflict rests on a compromise between the principles of territorial integrity and people's right to
self-determination. Of course, to prevent any comparison to Kosovo--or for that matter Western Sahara or Somaliland or Abkhazia or Trans-Dnistria, he qualifies: "there's no universal formula to do that."

But it is still useful to see a recognition of the problem.

It's pretty simple. No need for any universal formula, that's right, because it depends on whether someone is friendly to Washington. We like you, you get what you want.
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