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Real money for an imaginary war

AT THE height of the Occupy Wall Street evictions, it seemed as though some diminutive version of ‘shock and awe’ had stumbled from Baghdad, Iraq, to Oakland, California. American police forces had been ‘militarised’, many commentators worried, as though the firepower... Full story

Why intervening in Syria is a crazy idea

IF I were to follow the call of my heart, I would appeal to our government to send the Israeli army into Syria, drive the Assad gang from Damascus, turn the country over to the Syrian opposition or the UN, and go home. Full story

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