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If there was ever a Valentine's Day which highlight the stark differences to diplomacy between the U.S. and Russia it is this one.
In Warsaw, the U.S. cajoled some sixty countries, many of them Arab, to send representatives only to be scolded like schoolchildren by Vice President Mike Pence for undermining the drive for war with Iran.
Mike Pompeo, for his part, showed no signs of shame or remorse after his public rebuke by Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto.
Szijjarto retorted to Pompeo's lecturing that "the world is not going to be a better place if some countries spend their time intervening in the internal political affairs of other countries." He insisted that Budapest can have transparent relations with Moscow and Beijing and the West, and said it was an "enormous hypocrisy" that Hungary is singled out for its ties with Moscow.
He then went to Poland with the intention of whipping up support for a war with Iran.
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