U.S. Senator Robert Byrd - February 12th 2003, Senate Floor Speech - page 1

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There is no no , there’s nothing, nothing! The idea that the United States or any other can attack a that is not , but may be threatening in the , the idea that the United States may attack a government because of a dislike for a particular - is a new twist on the of self defense.

The vocabulary is not given in the right order.

VOCABULARY : idea = idée, legitimately = de manière légitime, imminently = de manière imminente, to threaten = menacer, twist = (ici) coup de théâtre