Directions on Iraq: a Blogging Colloquium

It is my pleasure and honor to introduce a blogging colloquium at The Glittering Eye, “Directions on Iraq”. This colloquium is an extended cross-blog conversation on Iraq. Its participants have been selected based on knowledge, experience, and credentials.

Over the next few days the participants will be posting the presentations of this colloqium at their own blogs and I’ll be linking to them at The Glittering Eye. I’ll also be linking to a number of adjunct posts—recent posts on Iraq in which I see particular merit.

I urge you to read these excellent posts and address questions you have on them in their comments’ sections or at this address:

iraqdirections at theglitteringeye dot com

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Dave Schuler
About Dave Schuler
Over the years Dave Schuler has worked as a martial arts instructor, a handyman, a musician, a cook, and a translator. He's owned his own company for the last thirty years and has a post-graduate degree in his field. He comes from a family of politicians, teachers, and vaudeville entertainers. All-in-all a pretty good preparation for blogging. He has contributed to OTB since November 2006 but mostly writes at his own blog, The Glittering Eye, which he started in March 2004.

Comments

  1. Com mun it says:

    Yes, the colloqium really is a formal presentation of an expository!

  2. The recent replies are insightful. But where is the real discussion on this topics.