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Sep 2, 2010 3:58 pm


WORTH READING and WATCHING



Noam Schreiber, How Germany became a thorn in America’s side. Merkel refused to destroy the German economy in the manner Obama destroyed the American one. This is not news to my readers but Noam thinks it is unforgivable. I could not help smiling.

I Think I See What Glenn Beck is Doing I think he got it right.

Political and policy choices rest on a foundation of philosophy, culture, self-image, ideals, religion. Change the foundation, and the rest will flow from that. Defeat the enemy on that plane, and any merely tactical defeat will always be reversible.

China’s View of South Asia and the Indian Ocean The media is finally awakening to the India china conundrum that I have been writing about for years. Robert Kaplan correctly told Fareed Zakaria that the world is facing a"balance of power flanked with three- dimensional chess, essentially."

Are your seat belts fastened?

Here come the Caucasus Emirates Power Struggle Among Russia's Militants

Israeli Knesset Member Hanin Zou'bi: I Do Not Represent the State of Israel but the Palestinian Struggle Are there any red lines left in Israel? None that I can see.

Muslim US Serviceman Nasser Abdo Talks to Al-Jazeera TV about His Refusal to Deploy to Afghanistan Troubling but at least he has not shot anyone.

Bruce Kesler, New York Times Reports (Sorta) On Brooklyn College’s Indoctrination Book Can anyone take the college's claims of impartial naivete at face value?




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