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Two Languages

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Submitted by K.H. Ahmed (United States), Nov 2, 2006 at 18:56

Rick,

Couldn't agree with you more. The East and the West do indeed approach diplomacy from different world view points. This however doesn't prevent us from relating to their world and winning on the diplomatic stage. My great fear is that do this on going problem of terrorism we are losing the capacity to think clearly and seek other possible solutions to our problems. You are absolutely correct in the idea that we must prevent Iran from going nuclear - but lets not have Irag redux.

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