• Archive for August, 2017

    A way forward with North Korea, maybe

    by  • August 18, 2017 • Foreign Policy, North Korea • 0 Comments

    Something positive may come out of the sky-high and overblown rhetoric surrounding North Korea the past few weeks. I wouldn’t call these eventualities likely or inevitable, merely on the edge of being possible. That’s because Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have made statements publicly that no American administration has...

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    Why all white Americans should see the film “Whose Streets?” about the events in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014

    by  • August 14, 2017 • race • 0 Comments

    I saw the documentary “Whose Streets?” last night. It’s about what happened in Ferguson, Missouri, in the weeks and months after Michael Brown, an unarmed college-bound teenager who was black, was shot by a police officer, Darren Wilson, who was white, in August 2014. I think every American should see this movie, particularly every...

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