Month: May 2010

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Looks fairly damning. South Korea formally accused North Korea on Thursday of responsibility for the sinking of a South Korean warship in March, killing 46 sailors, in one of the deadliest provocations since the two countries ended the Korean War in a truce in 1953. In an uncharacteristically swift reaction, North Korea called the South […]

Blumenthal

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On May 19, 2010

The more information that emerges, the more that the Times pieces on Richard Blumenthal look like a shoddy hatchet job. Particularly given that this is far from unprecedented, it was foolish of me to

An incidental apocalypse?

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On May 19, 2010

The typical apocalyptic narrative either focuses on the grand events that brought about the end of civilization—nuclear war, global pandemic, sentient machines—or describes life after the shock of

A Little Much

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On May 19, 2010

I think Lizardbreath has a point here. This isn’t to say that I entirely I agree with her take; I stand by my basic comments yesterday and am still not inclined to give Blumenthal the benefit of

South Korea is preparing to formally accuse North Korea of sinking the Cheonan: South Korea will formally blame North Korea on Thursday for launching a torpedo at one of its warships in March, causing an explosion that killed 46 sailors and heightened tensions in one of the world’s most perilous regions, U.S. and East Asian […]
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