Following is the text of a John Kerry for President brochure handed out in New York City the day before the New York primary election. The front part has his message, the back part has his platform and a list
Just back from another round the world tour. 12 days in Europe and Asia doing pre-wedding shopping and a bit of chilling out. In case you were wondering, I was curious enough to take a count and, according to the
Global Thoughts September 11, 2003 US Foreign Policy in Middle East; Israel-Palestine; Economy; Bush 2004; Montreal Travel
That 11,000 extra people in France died during this past summer’s heatwave (so sayeth the French health ministry) helps put some things into perspective. America losing 40 soldiers a month in Iraq is not going to bring the house down,
Global Thoughts 23 June 2003 A bit more focus on economics this month. Meanwhile, Iraq and Israel-PA are playing themselves out right now and there are some real opportunities, now that the deck of cards has been reshuffled.
Hot Spots Israel-Palestine: Have you noticed that every time Israel assassinates someone, it’s always a Leader of Whatever. Evidently, there are no non-generals in the Palestinian army, just as in the Israeli army. Sharon has upped the ante against Hamas
Karen and I walked into a china shop last Sunday to look at patterns. I was in a good mood following a 4 hour lecture/discussion on Middle East policy (yeah, I like that stuff), and wore a rather cherubic countenance
Global Thoughts 14 April 2003 Assessing the State of Affairs at the End of the Iraq War: Lessons Learned & Future Prospects
Been a bit busy these past 2 weeks, getting engaged, ready for the holiday vacation, and all that. But never too busy for you and getting out a current edition of Global Thoughts. I didn’t see any sense in providing
How much Freedom should we trade for our Security? Submitted to the Economist Essay Competition August 2002 Posted 1 December 2002
SYNOPSIS: Freedom for Security should be viewed more broadly than in terms of an exchange involving civil liberties. In today’s society, the tradeoff of the overarching value of Convenience for Security is the most relevant yardstick involving what we popularly
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