June 29, 2004

CHIRAC, TURKEY, AND THE E.U.: Some interesting observations from George Miller.

UPDATE: EurSoc observes:

It is hard to believe that once upon a time, French was the language of diplomacy. . . . Bush, having seen Chirac explode when New European nations disagreed with him over the Iraq war (“they missed a good chance to shut up”) will not take it personally. When Chirac is in a corner, as he is so often these days, he lashes out. It is a sign he is beaten.


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