“China and North Korea: A Tangled Partnership” an essay by Dan Miller

Today’s Guest Saturday post is by Dan Miller of the DanMillerInPanama blog. In Dan’s original post on April 16, 2013, he included the full text of an article from Stratfor. In the interest of brevity, I have removed the Stratfor article and instead provided you with a link to the article. ************ China and North […]

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Playing Hooky

Your humble observer here at Asylum Watch will be playing hooky for the next several days.  There are two reasons. First, things have been a bit dicey down here in the land of 21st Century Socialism since the elections this past Sunday. Although normal here is not so great, I do expect that things will […]

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“Walter Russell Mead on Teaching” an essay by A Conservative Teacher

Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from A Conservative Teacher and discusses the merits of teaching students about the essence of power. This essay was originally published on Friday, April 12, 2013. *********** Walter Russell Mead on Teaching Walter Russell Mead recently wrote a blog post about a Grand Strategy class that he is teaching […]

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The Importance of Linking Sources

“Private oil sector pushes US past Saudi Arabia in output”. That was the title of a post that caught my eye a Questions and Observations (Q&O)yesterday. My first reaction was : Wow! Something very big must have happened because everything I had read recently said the US would probably catch or pass Saudi Arabia’s oil production rate […]

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