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.

Comments:
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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