April 2, 2006

I'm Back

Michael J. Totten

I'm back after a few weeks of more traveling and have plenty of stories ready to go as soon as I write them.

Many thanks to pals Andrew Apostolou, Tony Badran, and Lee Smith for keeping the site going while I've been away.

Before we get started again, I should link to a TCS piece that was put on hold for four months and was finally published about one of the world's least written about rogue states, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. This one, I think, is better and more worth your time than the piece I wrote about the Greek side of the island a while ago. Check it out.

Much more to follow. See if you can guess where I went in the comments. (Hint: I went somewhere I wasn't supposed to go.)

Posted by Michael J. Totten at April 2, 2006 7:29 AM
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