Ron Artest on Foreign Policy


Someday, I’d like to go visit all those countries that (the U.S.) really doesn’t have great relationships with. Because I think the people are more important than politics. Go to Afghanistan, even North Korea. Just to say “hi” to the people.

It’s a short life, and you don’t want to spend it hating on somebody.

— Ron Artest, via L.A.’s Daily News

I mean, sure, I guess.

I gotta say, though, I would’ve pegged Ron-Ron as ascribing to the preemptive self-defense school of thought.

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About the Author

Brian Eason is a University of Missouri graduate with bachelor degrees in Journalism and Political Science. He has covered Congressional elections and local government for the Columbia Missourian and worked as a general assignment reporter for the State Journal-Register in Springfield, IL. Brian has also had articles published in Roll Call.

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