After unsuccessful attempts to persuade Congress that reaffirming the Armenian Genocide is not in the interest of America’s national interests, the Bush administration seems to have realized that the realpolitik of yesterday is not necessarily the realpolitk of today. The American military is looking for alternative airspace for the war in Iraq in case Turkey cuts access (

Remember how ADL chief Foxman changed his long stance on denying the Armenian Genocide couple of months ago? It seems the Bush administration is not too far from a similar action. At least it is playing more real in the realpolitik sphere today than couple of days ago.

There is so much air for space – that’s the realpolitik of today and tomorrow.

And we do give standing ovation to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. (,,-6992435,00.html)