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_creationDateAugust 26, 2008 2:08:06 PM
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_fullText{{Item |author=Rod Dreher |source=The Dallas Morning News |date=August 24, 2008 |url=http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/opinion/columnists/rdreher/stories/DN-dreher_24edi.ART.State.Edition1.4d7b342.html |quote="You don't have to find Vladimir Putin a sympathetic figure to appreciate ...
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AuthorRod Dreher
SourceThe Dallas Morning News
DateAugust 24, 2008
URLhttp://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/opinion/columnists/rdreher/stories/DN-dreher_24edi.ART.State.Edition1.4d7b342.html
Quote"You don't have to find Vladimir Putin a sympathetic figure to appreciate what the world looks like from a Russian point of view. Imagine that America had lost the Cold War and gone through a decade of economic and social collapse. During this time, a victorious Soviet Union had brought several Central American nations into the Warsaw Pact and was trying to fast-track Mexico's entry. Would we feel threatened?"
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Where pragmatism goes to die by Rod Dreher (The Dallas Morning News, August 24, 2008) (view)

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Topic2008 South Ossetia war
Position_fragmentGeorgia should be admitted into NATO
Position2008 South Ossetia war / Georgia should be admitted into NATO
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Georgia should be admitted into NATO

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