Talking to people: What a radical foreign policy concept
It seems that the adults — you remember, the ones we were told were back in charge after George W. Bush won in 2000 — are being confronted with a radical thought: That maybe, just maybe, instead of endless posturing and breath holding directed at our foreign policy adversaries we should actually try talking to them.
(NY Times) Dissent Grows Over Silent Treatment for ‘Axis of Evil’ Nations
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 — Ever since President Bush first proclaimed there to be an “axis of evil” in 2002, pundits, diplomats and politicians have urged him to talk to its members. But in the last few weeks, with Iraq experiencing a further surge in violence, North Korea testing a nuclear device and Iran continuing to defy a United Nations Security Council demand to stop enriching uranium, the cries for dialogue have grown louder.
James A. Baker III, the Republican former secretary of state, said this month that he believed “in talking to your enemies.” After North Korea’s nuclear test, former President Jimmy Carter said that “the stupidest thing that a government can do that has a real problem with someone is to refuse to talk to them.”
Senator Barack Obama, Democrat of Illinois, said last weekend that even at the peak of the cold war, “when there were nuclear missiles pointing at every major U.S. city, there was a direct line between the White House and the Kremlin.”
The question arises: Is any of this cutting ice with the administration?
In case you had any doubt on the subject, the answer to the last question is no. Bush insiders continue to cling to the spoiled brat philosophy of foreign relations: When a country refuses to do exactly what they want it to do they get mad, go home and refuse to talk to its leaders.
With adults like this how about putting the kids back in charge?
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October 29th, 2006 at 12:42 am
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