Airwars notes that the US stopped publishing when and where it bombs leaving us without any ability to monitor targeting… Read more Hiding US Airstrike Data
Tallying war dead is more than a statistical desideratum. The tally and, in its absence, popular estimates have a powerful… Read more From Iraq to Yemen: the grubby business of counting the war dead (The Guardian)
An unremarked portion of the debate between candidates for State Treasurer of Ohio included this: Sprague [GOP] has proposed investing… Read more Israel Bonds for Ohio
In an interview with NPR, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu described a “third model” for Palestine besides the one-state and two-state… Read more Netanyahu’s Third Model is… Autonomy!
I was encouraged by the imaginative talk given last night at Miami University by Donna Forman and Teddy Cruz (see… Read more Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman Call for “A New Public Imagination”
The Kurdish referendum highlighted the fact that external powers have long used the Kurds as a important allies in the… Read more Independent Kurdistan thwarts neighbor’s expansionist agendas
Two years ago, some were asking if we had reached “peak ISIS.” One year ago, ISIS killed 130 people in Paris. So how… Read more No Peaking–Prediction in the modern geopolitical imagination
As published in the Huffington Post Source: Bosnia’s War Ended, But Not Its Ethnic Politics | Carl Thor Dahlman, PhD Any measure of… Read more Bosnia’s War Ended, But Not Its Ethnic Politics