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Reader riposte: Insurgents and bikies
Response: Promoting foreign aid
19 July 2010 3:09PM
Walter Russell Mead
that war between the US and Iran is increasingly likely (but not ncessarily for the same reasons)
, influential US conservative commentator, former George W. Bush speechwriter and now
of Andrew Sullivan's
, has called for a new 'mission' for American Republicanism in which he advocates a 'peaceful American-led world order' — this
to some agitated conservative responses and a subsequent explanation
A New York Times
compares 1920s photographs of Himalayan glaciers with shots taken this decade — illustrating a point Milton Osborne
back in February about the IPCC Himalayan claims debacle and the stark realities of glacier retreat
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