Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Commentaries, Opinions, And Editorials -- March 31, 2010

Russia's Hot Spot -- Rajan Menon, L.A. Times

The deadly suicide bombings Monday in two Moscow subway stations demonstrate clearly that the violence in the North Caucasus cannot be easily contained within that region.

The suicide bombings of two Moscow subway stations that killed 39 people Monday appear to have emanated from a place that few people could find on a map: Russia's North Caucasus region, a sliver of land wedged between the Black and Caspian seas that is home to 7 million people.

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Commentaries, Opinions, And Editorials

What Makes Chechen Women So Dangerous? -- New York Times opinion

The Moscow Bombings -- New York Times editorial

The Caucasus Emirate -- Yulia Latynina, Moscow Times

This Time We Really Mean It - Thomas Friedman, New York Times opinion

Destroying Morale in Afghanistan - Washington Times editorial

Peace Not Possible if Iran Escapes Real Sanctions -- Sarah Palin, Facebook

In South Sudan, a crucial election may give birth to a nation
-- Michael Gerson, Washington Post

The case for western missile defence
-- Anders Fogh Rasmussen, The Guardian

Blind Man's Bluff: The truth about Iran is that we haven't got a clue how the Islamic Republic would respond to an attack. -- Bilal Y. Saab, Foreign Policy

Gaza Drifts Back Toward War
-- Jeffrey White, Real Clear World

Obama's Treatment of Israel is Shocking -- Ed Koch, Real Clear Politics

Not Exactly Terrorists
-- Washington Times editorial

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