“Was it any of my loved ones?” That’s the completely understandable and utterly selfish question of the moment.
Ahron Bregman teaches in the War Studies Department at King’s College, London. He specializes in the Arab-Israeli conflict and is the author of several books, including Israel’s Wars: A History Since 1947.
Them’s fightin’ words,
A whispered Push,
That the whole world heard
Like a bomb from the Bush.
This is a review of Mirror of the Arab World: Lebanon in Conflict by Sandra Mackey. W. W. Norton. 2008.
“It is only when you actually live with the reality of the perceptions, misunderstandings, and genuine grievances one holds for the other that it is possible to grasp just how close both the Arabs and the West are to falling into a chasm of conflict destructive to both.”
This is a review of Chasing the Flame: Sergio Vieira de Mello and the Fight to Save the World by Samantha Power. Allen Lane, 2008.
This is a review of 1948: The First Arab-Israeli War by Benny Morris. Yale University Press. 2008.
DMX even sleeps angrily. He is a living embodiment of the philosophy, “temporary insanity is for losers.”
With an emphasis upon the issues, Obama can—and should—convince Hillary voters that he will represent them ideologically, even if they would have preferred her.
And how will Republicans pick on Obama? Hillary did a lot of the work for them