Limited sovereignty: a new concept in international law
Harry Shearer also has an amusing bit [1:46 of a RealPlayer audio file] on this concept from the same show. The "Pottery Barn" reference is to that store's policy of not charging their customers for "broken" goods and comparing this policy to US policy in Iraq. The "digital TV" reference should be obvious.
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