Tag Archives: history

Culture Hopping: DC Style

Time for a little break from populism and policy, two of my friends are in the district today (visiting from Arizona, which officially has more snow than Washington) and are doing the machine gun version of sightseeing. I get to tag along … Continue reading

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General Wesley Clark Speaks at GWU Elliot School

Last week I had the privilege of listening to General Wesley K Clark speak at the Banville Forum, a speaker series presented by the Elliot School of International Affairs at George Washington University. General Clark is a former NATO Supreme … Continue reading

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NYT On the Education of a President

The New York Times published an article on 10/12/2010 by Peter Baker about the education of President Barack Obama, and it was not on his schooling – it was on the lessons Mr. Obama has learned during his first two … Continue reading

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NATO, Germany, Russia, and the Future, Part 3

Section 3 covers the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, or the OSCE, and its role in European Security. It is the shortest section of the three but presents an important aspect of the landscape of European security and … Continue reading

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The Chinese Colossus at Hudson Institute

The Hudson Institute presents a panel on the rise of China. The event is being attended by roughly 60 people with four guest panelists. Mr. Christopher Ford – Hudson Institute, Charles Horner – author of Rising China & It’s Postmodern … Continue reading

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Live from the National Mall

Happy America is superior day everyone! I will be reporting for the rest of the day from the national mall in Washington DC. It is independence day and the tourists are in full force. The mall is not full yet, … Continue reading

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The Glorious History of North Korea, Revealed.

Someone dug this up from the internet, and it is brilliant. A short 5-page satire on the rise of Kim Jong Il as the glorious leader of North Korea. Read the whole thing, it is worth it.

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