China in the News

Four news items and articles about China that have caught my eye.

Obama’s War Policy Continues To Lose Support

The American military is on a mission in Afghanistan that the public is increasingly starting to question.

Democrats Splitting Over Afghanistan?

While President Obama is pushing the Afghanistan surge, large numbers of elected Democrats are demanding we get out.

Three Different Takes on the Leaked “War Logs”

Three different ways they’re viewing the leaked “war logs” across the Pond.

WikiLeaks Documents A 21st Century Pentagon Papers ?

Will the Wikileaks document dump give even further impetus to the growing sentiment that the United States needs to leave Afghanistan ?

WikiLeaks Publishes 90,000 Stolen Classified Documents

The scumbags at WikiLeaks have published a huge trove of classified documents provided to them by one or more traitors in our military.

Stanley McChrystal Retires

General Stanley McChrystal retired with full honors while being lauded by the Secretary of Defense.

Doing Our Best to Boost Property Values in Dubai

Now we’re doubling down on the Karzai government.

Tough Questions on Afghanistan

We need to ask ourselves some tough questions on Afghanistan.

Americans Growing Weary Of Endless War

The public is growing tired of America’s Longest War.

Afghanistan Is Not Like Iraq, Even If The Same General Is In Charge

The odds that David Petraeus will be able to pull off a miracle in Afghanistan like he did in Iraq are very slim.

The Real News From The McChrystal Interview: The Troops Aren’t Happy

Stanley McChrystal’s fate is the story of the day, but there’s a broader message in the Rolling Stone story, and it has broad implications for the future of the Afghan War.

Searching for the Exit?

Fueling Afghanistan

Why “Befuddled”?

The Korea Solution