Unhappy Anniversary

On March 24, 1999, at 1858 GMT, NATO warplanes attacked Yugoslav positions outside Pristina and Belgrade – and the Albanian juggernaut was launched. By March 24, 2001, that juggernaut will have rolled deep into Macedonia, while the suddenly “non-interventionist” Americans and Brits stand aside and let their KLA pit bulls tear Macedonia asunder. The once … Continue reading “Unhappy Anniversary”

Selective Amnesia: The Epidemic

I take great pleasure in my job as a columnist and editorial director of Antiwar.com: what could be more enjoyable than the life of a pundit, sitting around commenting on the wicked ways of the world? But sometimes, especially lately, it becomes downright depressing: every day, disaster looms, and every week the same patterns recur. … Continue reading “Selective Amnesia: The Epidemic”

Bush’s Foreign Policy: The Unfolding Disaster

Encouraged by campaign talk about the virtues of “humility” on the world stage, many hoped that the incoming administration would turn over a new leaf when it comes to foreign policy – or, at least, rake away some of the moldy old leaves left on the White House lawn by the Clintonistas. But the prospects … Continue reading “Bush’s Foreign Policy: The Unfolding Disaster”