From the diary of lady Latvia

  • 2007-01-17
  • By Kari Hiepko-Odermann
Contrary to what some people may think, understanding Latvian foreign policy is relatively simple if you accept three facts: Hans Morgenthau was right, Latvia is a woman, and Russian men are insensitive. Hans J. Morthenthau, arguably the father of modern political theory, claimed that the laws of politics have their roots in human nature and that to understand politics one must understand [wo]man. Having had extensive experience being a woman (and a political scientist), I can confirm that to understand Latvian politics, you must be able to understand women. Some claim that if women ran ...
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