MAY 2010

VOLUME 2 | ISSUE 3








Features




Atlantic Rising

Lynn Morris

One NGO's expedition around the Atlantic rim and efforts to raise awareness of its shifting coastline.






Black Magic in The Hague

Institute For War & Peace Reporting

Hitler's birthday celebration: Serbian nationalist Vojislav Seselj explains why dates matter.






US Takes Cautious Steps Towards ICC

Institute For War & Peace Reporting

Obama seems keen to move closer, but domestic critics of the court urge restraint.









The Failings of Kurdish Media

Institute For War & Peace Reporting

Telling a lie to elicit the truth: is it so wrong?








Columns




iPad or Kindle?

THE EDITORS

Viva la revolucion! The editors and writers weigh in.
(Irks & Quirks)








Great Expectations

KENNETH PAYNE

What the Kings of War are reading and thinking. (The Green Zone)








Obama's Realpolitik

JON WESTERN

Afghanistan, nuclear policy, US-Israel relations, and more. (The Quiet American)















Agenda Highlights




India's Latest Maoist Attack

ERIC RANDOLPH

The ruthless turn in Chhattisgarh, India.








Digital Media and UK Election Coverage

TIM STEVENS

Tweets beat the Beeb on speed, and ITV comes out ahead on substance: the end of tradition?








DoD Needs to Address Health Systems

CHRISTOPHER ALBON

A new think tank report on how the military should deal with three global health issues.








Exploiting An Expeditionary India

ERIC RANDOLPH

Indian exceptionalism and US foreign policy: a response to C. Raja Mohan.








Health Clinic Outside Mogadishu Overrun

CHRISTOPHER ALBON

Attacks against humanitarians aren't always strategic.











Lessons From Small Niche Conferences

CHARLI CARPENTER

Poster sessions, beer, and customer service...








Japan's Missing Hospital Ships

CHRISTOPHER ALBON

What Japan's dearth of hospital ships has to do with its Constitution and military capability.








Justice For All?

CHARLI CARPENTER

A response to a Foreign Affairs piece's attempt to reframe human rights discourse and practice.








Paying For the Sins of the Brother

ERIC RANDOLPH

Substitution tactics: questionable arrests in the Pune bombing case.








The Globe & Mail Does Africa

JOHN MATTHEW BARLOW

Bob Geldoff and Bono guest edit one of Canada's national newspapers as the country gears up for the G8 and G20 summits.











They'll Like Us When We Win

CHRISTOPHER ALBON

Lessons from the defeat of Sri Lanka's LTTE.









What "New Rules of War"?

CHARLI CARPENTER

Foreign Policy's issue on the "new rules of war" neglects one important detail: the rules of war.








Whither "Anti" -terrorism?

MICHAEL A. INNES

Follow up to a recent Foreign Policy article - splitting the difference between counterterrorism and counterinsurgency.