Last week, I criticized
One, which Jennifer cited yesterday, is the news that
Western countries have repeatedly asserted that a nuclear
Then there is Corriere della Serra's report that
Moreover, aside from the quantitative boost they would give Hezbollah, Turkish arms could provide a major qualitative boost, as
Western intelligence agencies reportedly "view the Turkish-Iranian plot with concern." But Western governments haven't uttered a peep.
Finally, there is Der Spiegel's report that the Turks have used chemical weapons against the Kurds. German experts have deemed the evidence credible, and some German politicians, to their credit, are demanding an international investigation. Yet the German government has declined to take any diplomatic action, and other Western countries have been similarly mute.
Given the West's professed concern for human rights, one might think it would be bothered by a NATO member adopting Saddam Hussein's tactics. But where
The accumulating evidence all points to the same conclusion:
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