Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Canadian majority government

Canada just held its federal election, triggered by a political scandal concerning the conduct of the previous election, and it appears that the results have been disastrous for Canada’s opposition Liberal Party.  In the past few weeks, the New Democrat … Continue reading

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The end of an era

So long as I’m commenting on foreign policy matters, I might as well devote a short post to the big news from yesterday that U.S. special forces found and killed Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan.  The title of this … Continue reading

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A good discussion of policy regarding Libya

Yesterday, posted this discussion between Robert Farley and Daniel Larison. In summary (for those of you without a spare hour on your hands), both men were opposed to the intervention in Libya from the start and if you look … Continue reading

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