The Kensington Review

12 May 2003

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While all eyes in the NATO alliance were on the Paris-Washington kerfuffle, a move of "almost earth-shattering imporatnce," according to NATO Secretary-General Lord Robertson, took place. The 19 members of NATO agreed to take over Afghan peace-keeping operations. The move, so far outside of traditional NATO borders, will forever change what the alliance is and does. Click here to read more.

As predicted, occupying Iraq is much harder than conquering it. Alexander of Macedon knew that some time ago. However, the current bunch have brought a uniquely American buffoonery to the scene. One can only hope that the ineptitude does not result in loss of life. Click here for more.
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