McCain’s Strange Logic on NATO Expansion

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Gregory Djerejian at his satisfyingly ornery Belgravia Dispatch blog takes John McCain to task for his incredibly poor reasoning regarding NATO expansion to include Georgia. It’s a must-read. I have to say, somewhat regretfully, the pattern that is developing here whereby McCain’s answer to every foreign policy dilemma seems to be more bluster, a harder line, a transparent attempt to out-cowboy Bush, is increasingly disturbing.


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