Daily Archives: November 27, 2010

Real Debate on Real Subjects

There are some really excellent debates on major current world conflicts at: http://intelligencesquaredus.org/ I think you can watch them for free on the Bloomberg TV link I don’t know the recent Tony Blair-Christopher Hitchens debate on religion will be on … Continue reading

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Conflict Landscapes: Re-post

I posted this piece earlier this year and what is happening in Korea, in Palestine/Israel and in the US political scene seems to make it ever more relevant and so I am re-posting it. Clearly some societies and situations are … Continue reading

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Recent Chinese Activities in Japanese Waters

Another interesting barometer of Chinese intentions and cause of likely Japanese response

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Democracy in America

I thought this blog in The Economist worth reproducing in full: Republican foreign policy and the New START treaty Power and ideas Nov 23rd 2010, 17:09 by D.L. | PHILADELPHIA YESTERDAY I wrote that Republican opposition to ratification of the New … Continue reading

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