Myths and Realities of 21st Century Global Policing

by James A. Russell With the disappearance of war between developed states in the post-World War II era, policing intra-state violence on land and trying to punish so-called rogue states constitutes the main security problems facing the international community. As… Continue Reading  

Libya Intervention More Questionable in Rear View Mirror

by Jim Lobe via IPS News While the tenth anniversary last month of Washington’s invasion of Iraq provoked overwhelmingly negative reviews of the adventure except among its most die-hard neo-conservative proponents, a more recent – albeit far less dramatic and… Continue Reading  

GOP’s Remaining Attack On Obama’s Libya Strategy: ‘It Could Have Been Over Quicker’

Reposted by arrangement with Think Progress The death of Muammar Qaddafi offers a milestone in the Libyan revolution as the Libyan Transitional National Council must move on to the difficult task of holding national elections and NATO forces begin to… Continue Reading