Hillary Clinton recently gave two major speeches on Israel, Continue reading #HillaryClinton, Money, and Foreign Policy: Good For Whom? | #Peace on Blog#42
As I am wont to do most weekends, I commented on Ross Douthat’s latest column. It was about the rather large influx of Middle Eastern immigrants into Europe, and the rise in the incidence of rape, among other things. Douthat specializes in writing specious pieces that never quite fully go all the way, but are unequivocal enough for readers to see the picture in detail. Continue reading Current Conservative and Neoliberal View of Muslims? Rapists! | #Racism on Blog#42
As reported in a previous post, Lindsey Graham initially issued a proper statement on Charleston. He should have stopped there. Continue reading Faced with homegrown white supremacy, Lindsey Graham still won’t own it | #Racism on Blog#42
Hay-Adams Hotel Washington, D.C.
The relationship between Islam and the West will be a defining feature of the 21st century, particularly in the Middle East. How should U.S. policymakers engage with the Muslim world? Will the spread of democracy throughout the Muslim world blunt the militant forces generating terrorism? How will European governments and populations deal with their burgeoning Muslim populations, and how will this affect U.S. foreign policy priorities and alliances? Continue reading Islam and the West: A Conversation with Bernard Lewis | Pew Research Center’s Religion & Public Life Project