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Am I, are so many of us, just silly "fairy tale" neophytes in the face of Davis 'realpolitikal savvy?
Support for the Kurds is sometimes pitched not as recognition of a legitimate territorial claim on their part, but as a realpolitikal move to break up Iraq and create a pro-American base in the region either by itself or as part of a sectarian division of Iraq into Sunni, Shiite, and Kurdish regions.
If that sounds too idealistic to realpolitikal ears, says Brazil's Foreign Minister and former ambassador to the U.S. Antonio Patriota, so be it.
This is the way it was before the mid-1990s, the period when Washington decided to de-emphasize moral arguments in favor of the realpolitikal legalization approach provided by high-powered pollsters and public relations consultants.
If you're interested in facilitating an objective assessment of the pain and mortality experienced by each side * in this particular conflict*, you have nothing to fear, and everything to gain, by tracking down all the available photographic evidence and presenting it in a word-free forum purified of realpolitikal, or philosophical, or even narrative, spin.