Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Opinions, Commentaries, And Editorials -- June 30, 2009

US soldiers have left Iraq's cities but are not yet giving up the three prisons where they hold more than 10,000 detainees on Iraqi soil. The guards at those detention centres will be American for at least another year, while Iraqis are trained to take up the job. AFPTV reports from Camp Cropper. (AFPTV)


The World Upside Down: Honduras -- Gustavo Coronel, Human Events

Banana Democrats -- IBD Editorial

The Winner in Honduras: Chávez -- Álvaro Vargas Llosa, New York Times

What Really Happened in Honduras? -- Glenn Garvin, Miami Herald

Democracy Derailed -- Greg Grandin, The Nation

President Obama More Than 'Concerned' -- Neal Boortz, Nealz Nuze

Any Alternatives to “Meddling” with Iran? -- Emanuele Ottolenghi, Commentary Magazine

Tehran Regime's Worst Nightmare -- Terry Glavin, National Post

In Morocco, an Alternative to Iran -- Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

Iraq Celebrates a Victory of Sorts -- Sami Moubayed, Asia Times

A Broken U.N. Promise In Congo -- Eve Ensler, Washington Post

North Korea Just Wants the 'Damn Bomb' -- Todd Crowell, RealClearWorld

Korean War II -- Gordon Chang, Wall Street Journal

Seventy-Five Years after the Night of the Long Knives -- Bruce Walker, American Thinker

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