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"Everywhere I went after 9/11...I urged that warlords should not be empowered, that disarming the militias was a priority task for US forces, and that developing Afghan agriculture to ward off poppy cultivation should be a priority…."
Peace is negotiated between enemies.
Summary:It may sound arcane, but the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference may be among the most important occasions in human history.
Joseph Gerson reviews books on contemporary geostrategic shifts by Morris Berman, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and Fareed Zakaria.
Joe Gerson on Siddhartha
Are conditions ripe for a grand bargain in the Middle East?
The US maintains an unprecedented infrastructure of more than 700 US foreign military bases.
Today Washington must go to exceptional lengths to maintain the passive support of the 50-60% of the US population whose support for US wars is at most conditional.
The stakes of the US-Korean crisis are far greater than is popularly understood.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs