Biden Needs A Lesson In Good Parenting

The Russian threat to Europe and the world is, and will continue to be, recurring unless the U.S. and its NATO allies understand one simple lesson that they could learn from responsible parents — rules that they lay down must be obeyed, which in turn means that they have to be enforced. If a child doesn’t like the rules, he or she can discuss them with the parent, but while the rules are in force, they must be obeyed. Moreover, as all parents…

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MIT engineer and economist. Prof: Tufts, UT-Austin, GW. IMF Board. Writing: Econ-Finance, Oil, Sanctions, FP, Middle East, Islam (http://islamicity-index.org)

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Hossein Askari

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MIT engineer and economist. Prof: Tufts, UT-Austin, GW. IMF Board. Writing: Econ-Finance, Oil, Sanctions, FP, Middle East, Islam (http://islamicity-index.org)

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