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Georgia/Russia: Tom Friedman can’t be right about everything

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I ate in the Tbilisi McDonald’s in December, so never mind this little gem: “No two countries that both had a McDonald’s [have] fought a war against each other, since each got its McDonald’s.”

Also problematic: “In the Cold War, the most frequently asked question was ‘How big is your missile?’ In globalization, the most frequently asked question is ‘How fast is your modem?'”