Like Trump, who has refused to rattle sabers
against Putin, Hearst was soft on Russia, boldly advocating recognition of the Bolshevik government in the 1920s.
It is not the first time that the Israeli military has used information technology to rattle sabers
on Hezbollah's alleged military preparations in south Lebanon.
For a government that loves to rattle sabers
and bully its neighbors, Israel is mighty thin-skinned when it comes to a few words against its policy.
As the two sides continue to rattle sabers
, this book appears quite timely.
Parliamentary backbenchers, retired military officers and newspaper commentators often rattle sabers
ElBaradei, 66, cut a high political profile in the post by urging big powers to engage rather than isolate or, in the case of hawks in the former Bush administration, rattle sabers
While some of the CFR's leading experts continue to rattle sabers
and appear to be beating war drums, the dominant strain in the council's media chorus is sounding the siren song of "new thinking" concerning our relationship with Tehran.
If that sounds cynical, it's because anyone who follows the issue has seen politicians rattle sabers
and declare victory many times before.
China likes to rattle sabers
over the island it views as a breakaway province, periodically threatening to crush Taiwan with its overwhelmingly superior military forces.
can rattle sabers
well enough, but stop at the brink when appropriate--machismo doesn't have to rule.