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12:08 PM ET
July 25, 2011
Come on, Tom. Your
Come on, Tom. Your title/statement is of the same nature as:
"U.S. Attacks Pashtuns in Afghanistan."
You know better than that.
1:29 PM ET
No I don't!
Please explain: What should I know better?
1:31 PM ET
It's summer so the PKK that operates out of Kurdistan into Turkey and its offshoot the PJAK that is also based in Kurdistan and works in Iran have both started military operations. They've killed some Iranian and Turkish soldiers and both countries are shelling the border. Happens every year.
9:47 PM ET
Ain't that just . . .
. . . grand.
6:06 AM ET
July 26, 2011
How's this important?
We lost 18 U.S. soldiers in the past 6 weeks and no one is talking about it.
6:49 AM ET
August 19, 2011
whats the point of your
whats the point of your question ... is it to prove that the americans know more about foreign policy than the greeks? ... RIO because in my estimation (and I'm neither greek nor american) the average american doesn't have a clue about any other country than their own.
Thomas E. Ricks covered the U.S. military for the Washington Post from 2000 through 2008.
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