Thursday, July 15, 2004

Middle America: Bush's pre-emption policy is softened for Iran and North Korea

Middle America: Bush's pre-emption policy is softened for Iran and North Korea: "Bush's pre-emption policy is softened for Iran and North Korea
Bush's pre-emption policy is softened for Iran and North Korea: 'Bush's pre-emption policy is softened for Iran and North Korea
David E. Sanger NYT
Tuesday, July 13, 2004


Even as President George W. Bush turns his doctrine of pre-emptive action against powers threatening the United States into a campaign theme, Washington is using a far more subdued, take-it-slowly approach to the dangers of unconventional weapons in Iran and North Korea. There are many reasons for the yawning gap between Bush's campaign language and the reality. One of the most important is woven throughout the searing 511-page critique of the intelligence that led America to war last year, released Friday by the Senate Intelligence Committee."

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