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Moving beyond ‘have war, will travel’

May 2, 2014
By Dr. David Turner , Inter-Mountain

New standards in foreign policy seem less to be determined by a general view of human rights but rather by worth. The Maidan coup in Kiev is deemed far worthier because its advocates are more stylish than the working class protesters of Donetsk. If the hip are endangered it is a crime against humanity, if the plain are injured it is collateral damage.

 
 

 

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