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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
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Your editorial "Hedging on global warming" (Comment & Analysis, Monday) on science adviser John Holdren's suggestion that "climate disruption" more accurately reflects the consequences of overloading the atmosphere with carbon dioxide, ignored science and history.
It is inaccurate to portray the recent election in Serbia as a choice between "fervent nationalist and anti-Western" hostility to the European Union, supposedly represented by former Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica and Radical Party leader Tomislav Nikolic, and a "progressive," pro-Western course in the person of President Boris Tadic ("Serbia's mighty challenge," Editorial, May 16).
The only deterrent for some countries from being next on "Washington's hit list" is to have nuclear weapons themselves, a new policy report concludes.