Monthly Archives: December 2014

Massacres that matter.

There was one in Pakistan, in October 2006, which barely registered at the time, and which likely won’t be referenced now, despite the obvious comparisons to be drawn in the wake of today’s terrible atrocity is Peshawar. There were no … Continue reading

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Ian Black, The Guardian’s middle east editor, on U.S. and Iranian aims in Iraq.

The article was written in the wake of recent reports that the Iranian Air Force have been carrying air strikes against ISIS in Diyala province, Iraq. This is a state of affairs that might, in other circumstances, be causing howls … Continue reading

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