15 May 2003 MOSCOW–The “big troika” consisting of the leaders of Russia, Germany, and France–scathingly called the “three no’s”–hadn’t even left St. Petersburg before a startling proposal came from the United States. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz suggested that these three countries forgive the Iraqi people the debts incurred by Saddam Hussein’s regime. This is […]

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