March 23, 2007

Back Soon

I'm still working on my consulting job, and will have it wrapped up as soon as I can. Then I'll be back with more from Northern Iraq. Thanks for being patient.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at March 23, 2007 11:22 PM


Quit reading your e-mail and get back to work!

You got a nice write-up here. Hope you're safe.

Posted by: OregonGuy at March 24, 2007 09:13 AM

Your last post was fantastic. I've actually enjoyed re-reading it when checking back for updates as I keep picking up on points and food for thought that I missed on the first read through. Take care of yourself!

Posted by: Yael at March 24, 2007 03:26 PM

Hey Mike, I check your homepage once awhile for something new from Kurdistan. But I'd like to give you another free advice. As you know, it is an insult for the Kurds to use "North Iraq" instead of Kurdistan, and it is worse if you call them "Iraqis." If you want be more popular among Kurdish readers and the Kurdish people, take my advice; do not use word "north Iraq" for Kurdistan, or Iraqis for Kurds.

Posted by: Aram Azez at March 24, 2007 07:17 PM

In the meantime, one might try to wrap one's mind around this labyrinth.

Via Martin Kramer.

Posted by: Barry Meislin at March 26, 2007 05:24 AM

It would be very nice to see news from Baghdad as well. You should do some reporting from Baghdad since that seems to be much more newsworthy and the place that is most key to Iraq's future.

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