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Quick morning blog round-up: — Armenia (A Fistful of Euros): “Once you start thinking in terms of agents provocateurs and double motives, suddenly it’s all a hall of mirrors.” — Venezuela (Inside South America): “As a peacemaking tool, indifference could be more effective than diplomacy.” — Iraq (Thomas Barnett): “Yes, there is plenty of anti-Americanism in the Middle East, and especially anti-Bush sentiment. But here’s the deal, there’s no pre-Bush thinking left there.” — Kosovo (Washington Realist): “Perhaps a real surprise for Washington is the “wait-and-see” attitude of the Arab world and the larger Islamic world.” There’s more out there, […]

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