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_creationDateDatetimeAugust 21, 2006 1:20:19 AM
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With doublespeaking France, honor gets lost in translation

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TopicPage2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict
Position_fragmentStringFrance should commit more troops
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France should commit more troops

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AuthorList of Page, delimiter: ,Jules Crittenden
SourcePageBoston Herald
DateDateAugust 20, 2006
URLURLhttp://news.bostonherald.com/columnists/view.bg?articleid=153613
QuoteText"The shamelessness of France knows no bounds. They have a domestic Arabic population and business interests in the Mideast to satisfy. They desperately want to be taken seriously as a major power. So they sat down with the United States and hammered out a peace plan. Then, before the ink was dry, they shrugged a Gallic shrug."
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With doublespeaking France, honor gets lost in translation by Jules Crittenden (Boston Herald, August 20, 2006) (view)