October 2, 2007

State of Denial is the State of US Foreign Policy

Today's foreign policy sounds like a bad soap opera:

A diplomat in Vienna, where the International Atomic Energy Agency is based, said, referring to hawks in the Bush Administration, “They don’t like ElBaradei, because they are in a state of denial. And now their negotiating policy has failed, and Iran is still enriching uranium and still making progress.”

Not good... the inept state of denial that is.


Shifting Targets, Seymour Hersch, New Yorker.

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