The author is, of course, correct, in casting aspersions as to the strategic value of the US arms sale. However, he omits to highlight one - the - major inconsistency on this entire subject. He mentions Bush as the 'exporter of democracy' and asks whether it's no longer a central tenet of US foreign policy. Any discerning critic will tell you that 'democracy' was NEVER anything other than a sanitation vessel for the USA's pernicious, aggressive power play in the region. When you claim you are a proponent of democracy yet your allies in the region are all the antithesis of democracies then your fundamental rationale underpinning your strategy can be dismissed as lies, lies, lies.
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from the article: The mysteries of American logic