Wednesday Links 3.22.07
In Washington, Michael Hirsch looks into the few clues we have available to understand Senator Obama's foreign policy positions (and potential).
In London, Paul Rogers predicts that American military restructuring in Africa foreshadows more policy dictated by the Pentagon instead of the State Department.
In College Park, Peter Levine shows, through a simple thought experiment involving curry, that there are concepts that cannot be defined in words but that can be commonly understood through experience.
In Washington, one of the best writers in the chattering class, Andrew Sullivan, smashes Dinesh D'Souza's new book on theoconservatives.
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