Sunday, June 21, 2009

Geopolitics roundup

By Rick Morris

We have long covered geopolitics at The FDH Lounge, both in terms of our own analysis and linking to great coverage elsewhere. Here’s our latest roundup of top news and analysis on the Internet:

From the Foreign Policy blog: Iran analyst -- Is Mousavi willing to risk "slaughter" in the streets?

From the Foreign Policy blog: Iran - what happens next?

From the Foreign Policy blog: Twitter versus the Iranian regime

From Janes: Election unrest shakes Iran to the core

From the Belmont Club: Who are we dealing with in Iran?

From Pajamas Media: Cracks Begin to Show in the Iranian Regime

From Pajamas Media: So NOW what’s going on in Iran?

From the Los Angeles Times: The evolution of Iran’s revolution

From Real Clear World: North Korea Will Fight over Ships

From Oh My News International: Kim Jong-il’s Heir

From The Economist: Kim family saga -- third and final act

From Janes: Booster shot – The US increases its forces in Afghanistan

Pakistan hotel bombing increases instability

From The Daily Star: The world is moving beyond the Al-Qaeda moment

From the Washington Institute: Defeating al-Qaeda and Neutralizing Its Support Network

From The Long War Journal: Pakistani military facing tougher fight in northwest than reported

From The Long War Journal: Somali security minister assassinated in suicide attack

From The Long War Journal: Pakistani military begins ground phase of South Waziristan offensive

From Janes: Stability concerns fail to slow US pullback from Iraqi cities

From the Foreign Policy blog: Food For Thought -- Gordon Brown as the EU’s First Full-Time President?

From the Washington Post: Russia, Again Evading History

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