„The world was rightly horrified by America’s recent blunder in bombing the Médecins sans Frontières’ hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan. But how many Syrian Kunduzes will result from Russian airstrikes if the Kremlin continues to favor bombs over guided missiles?“

West should not appease Russia http://www.kyivpost.com/opinion/op-ed/bernard-henry-levy-west-should-not-appease-russia-400065.html

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