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From the Archives: The New Year’s War in Gaza

November 16, 2012

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With it kicking off in Gaza again, I thought I’d post an unpublished article I wrote in late 2009 about what I called the New Year’s War in Gaza. Some of the observations are understandably dated, but I think the piece is still relevant. At eleven o’clock Saturday morning, on December 27th 2008, the New […]

Some more thoughts on Israel

June 2, 2010

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The Foreign Secretary William Hague said today that Israel is facing ‘stronger international demand’ to end the blockade on Gaza. It was important for them to lift the restrictions, which ‘are not contributing to Israel’s security, that are quite probably damaging to her long-term security.’ What is the point of the blockade? The policy was […]