Algeria
August 21, 2008, No Comments

21 August Algeria’s reconciliation policy is threatened by a spate of bombings (The Economist) Some 60 people have ...

India: Hindus & Muslims
August 7, 2008, No Comments

7 August 2008 Violence runs through this ‘stable’ India, built on poverty and injustice The country the west ...

Afghanistan
March 28, 2008, 1 Comment

See also wednesday-night.com Analysis:Why Afghanistan matters Rasul Bakhsh Rais Read complete Editorial of Pakistan Dail ...

Iraq 5 years later
March 24, 2008, No Comments

The $3 Trillion War, Josephy Stiglitz and Linda Bilmes (Vanity Fair, April 2008) After wildly lowballing the cost of the ...

Manley recommends extending Afghan mission
January 26, 2008, 1 Comment

January 25, 2008 Afghanistan needs us Without the presence of international troops, chaos would erupt JOHN MANLEY Saturd ...

Robert Galbraith: Eight weeks in November
December 1, 2007, 1 Comment

We are honoured that Robert Galbraith has permitted us to reproduce his eloquent and moving conclusions on his tour in A ...

More than half of Afghanistan 'under Taliban' – Senlis Council
November 22, 2007, No Comments

21 November 2007 Six years ago coalition forces headed into Afghanistan to eradicate the Taliban. Now an international t ...

Nothing is certain in Afghanistan except uncertainty, Robert Galbraith
November 17, 2007, No Comments

Exclusive to The Suburban To use Robert Galbraith’s words, this was “extreme journalism”. Robert and his colleague ...

Iraqi Insurgent Media: The War Of Images And Ideas
July 12, 2007, No Comments

Thought you might appreciate this if you haven’t already seen it–the RFE-Radio Liberty website, currently en ...

The many faces of Al Qaeda
July 10, 2007, No Comments

Stratfor (Strategic Forecasting) 10 July 2007 By Peter Zeihan With all the talk about al Qaeda “leaders,” al ...