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Tag Archives: Afghanistan
Beirut was worse than Kabul, Why is this even a question?
The fall of Kabul in 2021 after 20 years of war, unleashed a torrent of commentary. A significant amount of which was intellectually dishonest rhetoric about whether the airport evacuation was a failure and whether it would have an adverse effect … Continue reading
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Tentative thoughts on Woolwich Attack
The events in Woolwich were horrifying for all those present either immediately at the scene or vicariously through media reports. A murder in broad daylight with such intensity and ferocity is rare in the UK. Beyond the horror of a … Continue reading
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