The US and Britain have called for an 'immediate ceasefire’ between Russian and Georgian forces, after just one day's fighting in South Ossetia. Could this be the same US and Britain that defied international calls for a ceasefire between Israel and Lebanon in 2006, even several weeks into the conflict?
The US and Britain also say that they support Georgia’s ‘territorial integrity'.
Could this be the same US and Britain who, by championing Kosovan separatism, showed nothing but contempt for the ‘territorial integrity’ of Serbia?
There's no Olympic competition for 'Double Standards'. But if there were, then the US and Britain would be warm favourites to win medals.