Category Archives: International Relations

Live Blog: POTUS Syria Speech

Hey Everyone, Dan and I have decided to do a “live-style” blog of the Obama speech tonight. Since there have been so many developments, we wanted to give you a constant feed of our thoughts and ideas on the Syria … Continue reading

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Hail to the Commander-in-Peace

By Mike I was sitting in my office the other day watching John Kerry speak on MSNBC…and an unsettling feeling crept about me. It wasn’t just the descriptions of the grisly and nefarious violence occurring in Syria; in fact that … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Big Leagues

By Michael We all know that dealing with despots hasn’t been the UN’s forte, but then M23 and the Democratic Republic of Congo happened. More accurately, it has been happening for years. But a couple of months ago something unthinkable … Continue reading

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Does Cash Rule Everything Around?

By Michael Last week the New York Times wrote about the CIA’s revered decade-old bribery policy with Afghani President Karzai’s Administration. It chronicles the dropping off of tens of millions in cash to Karzai in various exciting receptacles, including: suitcases, … Continue reading

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