March 18, 2009

Stories from Baghdad

I spent the last week transcribing my notes and recorded interviews from Baghdad

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Little Nazis

Fascism is always descending on the United States, but somehow it keeps landing in Europe.

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March 13, 2009

The Worst Airline Company in the World

After spending several weeks each in Iraq and Lebanon at the end of 2008, I bought a plane ticket to the U.S. from Beirut on December 22 and figured I had plenty of time to get home for Christmas. I had no idea, though, that I had purchased my ticket from the worst airline company in the world

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March 9, 2009

The U.S. Needs a Reset Button for Britain

While President Barack Obama tries to improve U.S. relations with rogue states like Syria and Iran, he might want to ensure ties with our closest ally aren

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March 7, 2009

The Personal and the Political in the Middle East

Roger Cohen is taking heavy criticism for a piece he recently wrote in the New York Times in which he said the

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March 4, 2009

Hezbollah Scouts Out The Hague

A United Nations tribunal to investigate and put on trial the assassins of Lebanon

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March 3, 2009

Interviewed at NOW Lebanon

Hanin Ghaddar interviewed me at NOW Lebanon over coffee as I was wrapping up my recent trip to Beirut. The transcript is a bit rough and ungrammatical, but it

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