Well, this does make a certain kind of sense, I suppose. The Israeli strike on what now appears to have been a nuclear reactor at a very low state of.
I've been reluctant to comment further on the Israeli strike on Syria, because I still don't really understand what happened. As Kevin Drum notes, this appears to be a common.
In honor of Yom Kippur, and the 34th anniversary of the beginning of the Yom Kippur War, I think it's appropriate to review Abraham Rabinovich's The Yom Kippur War. Rabinovich.
Via Jeffrey Lewis at ArmsControlWonk, Chris Nelson is reporting that the Israeli airstrike on Syria targeted Scud missiles and missile parts. As Jeffrey notes, this makes a lot more sense.
Matt calls this development good, but I'm not so sure...In light of the heated controversy that has surrounded the Turkish-Armenian issue in recent weeks, and because of our concern for.
Via Matt, Mike Crowley:The Anti Defamation League has fired its New England regional direction for insisting that the group recognize as genocide the circa-1915 slaughter of perhaps a million Armenians.
Everybody has something to say about the commission report that excoriated Ehud Olmert and his government for badly botching the war against Hezbollah last summer. Olmert and his advisors obviously.
Dan Nexon has a good response to my article on Iranian nuclear diplomacy:First, if Iran does achieve an effective nuclear deterrent that might, in fact, make it easier for Iran.