The violence doesn’t seem to be weaning at all in Iraq… AFP: Three suicide bombers, two of them disguised as women, killed at least 69 people and wounded 130 as worshippers left a popular Baghdad Shiite mosque after weekly prayers, in the second major attack on Iraq’s majority community in as many days… In other […]
Very exciting news announced this week for those of us involved in the study and facilitation of public diplomacy… From the USC press release: Canadian novelist and technology visionary Cory Doctorow will join the USC Center on Public Diplomacy as a visiting scholar beginning in September, the Canadian Fulbright Commission announced. Doctorow, who edits the […]
Ever since the U.S. released two dozen Iraqi detainees — many of whom had close ties to Saddam Hussein’s regime — I’ve been keeping an eye out for headlines such as this one, hot off the Reuters wire: The U.S. military said on Thursday that Iraqi forces had captured a former senior intelligence official under […]
Will this opening day handshake with the devil hex the Cubs out of their 98-year championship drought?