FAST FOOD WAR?
FAST FOOD WAR? Tim Hames rips the doomsayers, observing
It would seem that, from the media coverage of the past week, the Big Mac effect also extends to warfare. If a conflict is not over in the time it takes to acquire and dispose of a cheeseburger, fries and strawberry shake, then something seriously disturbing must be happening. It is the fast-food approach to international relations.
Indeed. Read it all.