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World Affairs Daily, March 10

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wa logo1 World Affairs Daily, March 10 [1]

 

C [2]hina’s Nervous Neighbors Play the America Card [2]

By Richard Weitz

China’s increasing military power and aggressiveness has raised alarms in Southeast Asia. Richard Weitz explains how the region, together with the US, has begun to recalculate, adjust, and realign policies and relationships to counter China’s increasingly menacing posture.  Read More [2]

 

The Arms Trade, Dictators, and the Innocent Dead [3]

Michael Zantovsky Blog

As Qaddafi murders his subjects, the moral relativism, geopolitical realism, and “good business” thinking that has justified selling him weapons is bankrupt. Read More [3]

 

Strange Bedfellows: War and Minority Rights [4]

Robert P. Saldin

It’s no coincidence that “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” ran aground after almost a decade of foreign wars. The same thing happened for women’s suffrage after World War I, civil rights after World War II, and youth voting rights after Vietnam. Read More [4]

 

Leaked: What the Mideast Really Thinks of Iran [5]

James Kirchick

Thanks to WikiLeaks, it’s now abundantly clear that most Arab leaders want the US to end Iran’s nuclear program. So why do our realist-progressive pundits still think the threat is exaggerated? Read More [5]

 


The Arms Trade, Dictators and the Innocent Dead

 

 

About World Affairs [1]

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[3] The Arms Trade, Dictators, and the Innocent Dead: http://www.worldaffairsjournal.org/new/blogs/zantovsky

[4] Strange Bedfellows: War and Minority Rights: http://www.worldaffairsjournal.org/articles/2011-MarApr/abstracts/abstract-Saldin-MA-2011.html

[5] Leaked: What the Mideast Really Thinks of Iran: http://www.worldaffairsjournal.org/articles/2011-MarApr/abstracts/abstract-Kirchick-MA-2011.html

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