Saturday, May 22, 2010

Press Briefing

May 22, 2010

Confronting a Resilient al-Qa'ida: The United States Strategic Response
Daniel Benjamin, Coordinator, Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Washington, DC, May 21, 2010

New nuclear deal is an Iranian triumph

No More Crying ’Spanish Flu’. By Michael Fumento., May 20, 2010

Every Day Is Trade Day. Dipnote, the US State Dept Blog

Raising Arizona’s Defense

The Caribbean Basin Security Initiative: A Shared Regional Security Partnership

Dismissing the Black Panthers and the Professionals at Justice

The Message to the U.S. in Germany’s Ascension

China Under Pressure - Chinese school stabbings. By Michelle Tsai
After car accidents, for instance, drivers usually sort things out between themselves, figuring out how much money one owes the other and exchanging cash more or less on the spot. Most conflicts are settled peacefully in this way, but occasionally things get violent, and then an "eye for an eye" philosophy prevails.