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Lazy Sunday Linkage

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On March 17, 2013
Some Sunday links for your pleasure: Hagel cancels phase IV of European missile defense program. Sure to win him lots of friends with the right people. Some interesting thoughts on specific weapon systems that might change the equation in Syria. The Chinese may project the J-31 as a carrier aircraft. Also some interesting bits suggesting […]

Sunday Linkage

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In Robert Farley
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On February 17, 2013
For your reading pleasure… Marijuana and hemp legalization would undoubtedly be good for Kentucky, but the politics are going to be insane. If you don’t like hipsters, just don’t write about them; they feed on this kind of thing. I am utterly uninterested in most aspects of this horsemeat “scandal.”  But mention Viktor Bout, and […]

MLK Day Roundup

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In Robert Farley
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On January 21, 2013
Some Monday morning links… Eritrea having a coup. World Politics Review has a roundup of Mali links. SPS Principe de Asturias heads out to pasture. All Praise New Glorious Leader Helfrich! Thoughts on engagement with the DPRK. Ooh, let’s rank stuff! Navies of the Indo-Pacific…. Go! Universities are ducking their responsibilities to adjunct faculty, part […]

Post-Christmas Coma Links

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In Robert Farley
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On December 26, 2012
Some stuff to digest: Some older data on Iraqi views of the war, and the post-war situation. Don’t know if there’s anything newer out there, but opinions a year ago were definitely negative. Dick Armey is living the American dream. Alyssa thinks through six alternatives to the gawdawful looking World War Z trailer. Seems like […]
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