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DAVID JUDSON

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When nostalgia rivals threat exaggeration

DAVID JUDSON writes:

So the world’s a mess. The view from Istanbul across Asia to Mumbai is one of chaos and despair. Hundreds of thousands of refugees ...

3 Comment(s) 3/1/2012

On Iran, a ‘Turkish model’ that makes sense

DAVID JUDSON writes:

Were there international penalties on the 'disinformation water boarding' that the world’s consciousness ...

1 Comment(s) 2/28/2012

The elusive debate over war without valor

DAVID JUDSON writes:

About five years or so ago, I read my first detailed account of just how aerial combat drones...

Comment(s) 2/25/2012

A question for the EU: ‘Why, why, why Delilah?’

DAVID JUDSON writes:

More than 40 years ago, as America waged its Vietnam War and Europe stood divided between two ideological camps ...

8 Comment(s) 2/23/2012

The ‘principle’ that created the EU political crisis

DAVID JUDSON writes:

If there is to be a remedy for the crisis of legitimacy spreading through the once-great project known as the European ...

4 Comment(s) 2/21/2012

Let the all-too-clever Greeks drink Socratic hemlock

DAVID JUDSON writes:

It seems to me that it’s time that the European Commission, the Germans, the International Monetary Fund ...

5 Comment(s) 2/18/2012

Europe’s future in California’s demographic crystal ball

DAVID JUDSON writes:

Many a social critic in recent years has reached the conclusion that America’s second largest...

Comment(s) 2/16/2012

How Turkey could beat EU in farm subsidy game

DAVID JUDSON writes:

An axiom in any explanation of Turkey’s success in skirting the worst of the 2007-08 global recession and its European overhang ...

2 Comment(s) 2/14/2012

Building tourism atop ‘hanuts’ and ‘lager louts’

DAVID JUDSON writes:

Tourism is not a topic on which I claim any expertise. It’s big internationally, ranking behind...

Comment(s) 2/11/2012

Nordics ignore demographic bark, to suffer its bite

DAVID JUDSON writes:

Among Sherlock Holmes’ mysteries, perhaps the most famous line is: 'The dog that didn’t bark.' Until Holmes arrived at the ...

1 Comment(s) 2/9/2012

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