Financial Times Financial Times Retired Nato generals blast European military Two of Nato's most respected retired generals will issue a stinging indictment of European military capabilities, arguing the continent may be unable to meet mounting security risks
The Inevitable Peaking of World Oil Production: Atlantic Council of the United States "The era of plentiful, low-cost petroleum is approaching an end. Without massive and timely mitigation, the damage to the world economy will be dire and long-lasting.” Report full text [PDF 10pp] Slate All Pain, No Gain: Nobel laureate Thomas Schelling's little-known role in the Vietnam War. Fred Kaplan
KR Letter from bin Laden lieutenant outlines hopes, strategy in Iraq 6,000-word letter from Osama bin Laden's second-in-command to al-Qaida's leader in Iraq outlines the terrorist group's strategy to oust American troops from Iraq, create a militant Islamic state there, use that as a base to overthrow the governments of other Muslim nations and finally destroy Israel.
Friedman Silence and Suicide If the Sunni Muslim world does not act to halt the ethnic cleansing campaign against the Shiites of Iraq, the Sunni Muslim world will eventually be consumed by it.
Next: A War Against Nature By ROBERT D. KAPLAN The U.S. military is emerging as the world's most effective emergency relief organization.
Editorial Germany's New Chancellor The new chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, will have to cede some of the more dubious planks in her platform of reforms for which German voters clearly withheld their mandate.
Leader Trading offers across the Atlantic At least six months too late, the Doha round of World Trade Organisation talks has finally started in earnest, with opening volleys from the US and the European Union...
Leader Engaging Asian giants First, the easy part. John Snow, US Treasury secretary, began his Asia tour in Tokyo, where he praised Japan's economic recovery and urged the eurozone to follow its...
Retired Nato generals blast European military Two of Nato's most respected retired generals will issue a stinging indictment of European military capabilities, arguing the continent may be unable to meet mounting security risks
Asian Earthquake: Why this is no time for compassion fatigue This will be remembered as the year in which nature made clear its indifference to the fate of mankind. First came the tsunami, which wiped out 225,000 lives. In Niger, famine engulfed the country. Then came Hurricane Katrina, and now the Kashmir earthquake
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