Friday, January 21, 2005

Bush the Radical

How the liberal UK newspaper The Guardian saw the Bush coronation speech.

"With this radical address, Mr Bush nailed his colours once and for all to the neoconservative mast, committing himself to an activist foreign policy. He went out of his way to reject the more traditional "realist" Republican philosophy associated with his father, which argues that democracy cannot be exported to regions like the Middle East and that US foreign policy should be guided by narrowly defined national self-interest."


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