Tuesday, November 04, 2003

Here's something from an editorial in Russian's Vremya novosteyi. It's about Czech president Vaclav Klaus's visit to Russia, something his predecessor Havel never did:

Now, Klaus is reviving Russian-Czech relations which stagnated under Havel and is proving that NATO, which freed the east European countries of their paranoid fear of their former patron, can strengthen relations with Russia.
That sounds like a strange, roundabout way of saying maybe NATO expansion wasn't such an awful idea after all.


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