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Solidarity again

Haven't we been here before? It all feels so familiar, even comfortable. Once again, the world is conveniently divided between east and west, freedom and tyranny, them and us. You can almost feel your way around in the darkness cast by the fear of a thermonuclear confrontation between old enemies. No more playing palsy-walsy with The Bear That Walks Like a Man but a clear recognition of who our friends are, and our enemies, too.

Reality can be refreshing

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