Monday, August 08, 2005

And the Blame goes to...

Just a little roundup of who is getting the blame for failures during the AS-28 Mini-sub crisis:

Russians blame poachers for sub accident - Washington Times - UPI

With Russian crew safe, the hunt begins for a scapegoat - news.Telegraph UK

Naval chief of staff tipped as next navy commander - RIA Novosti

A Real Leader Does Not Remain Silent - The Moscow Times

Russian Navy Under Fire over Mini-Sub Accident - RedNova News

One of the few times where someone isn't blaming the Americans and/or the Bush Administration, althought I haven't checked with the French yet.


At 11:21 PM, Blogger Vigilis said...

Suppose China emplaced the netting that snared AS-28? Beijing and Moscow are silent about Chinese naval observers being onboard the sunken nuclear submarine Kursk, but there has been a healthy customer-client relationship between them, except for one, little thing. The Kamchatka coastal monitoring system not only may detect US subs, but China's.


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