Killing fields then and now, part 2

In the Sunday Times (London), William Shawcross comments on President Bush’s citation, in his VFW speech last week, of Shawcross’s column co-authored with Peter Rodman:

Not everybody would regard it as a badge of hon-our to be cited favourably by President Bush in a speech about Iraq, but it happened to me last week when Bush warned that the consequences of leaving Iraq precipitously could be a bloodbath even worse than happened in Indochina after the American defeat in 1975. Alas, I think he is right.

You’ll want to read the whole thing, which adds the context I tried to supply last week in “Killing fields then and now.”


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