The holiday season is a time for giving. We take a look at how you can help those less fortunate in besieged Aleppo.
This is the first in a series where I read and discuss a radical book on the left or right. This time, I address a book related to anarchist movements in the Syrian Civil War.
Burt Likko wonders whether, despite the unmitigated human rights awfulness that is the nascent would-be state forming in northern Iraq, swallowing our idealism and adopting a strategy of economic containment wouldn’t be a more practical alternative to making war against ISIS.
UPDATE: Reaction to President Obama’s address of September 10.
An open thread on the President’s remarks on Syria and where the crisis currently stands.
The full text of the Senate’s joint resolution authorizing the use of military force in Syria is now available.
As war with Syria approaches, no one cares. This, argues Tod Kelly, is the ultimate cost of the War on Terror.
Five must read articles on the subject of Syria.
James Fallows relays William R. Polk’s assessment of the Syria situation.
Jonathan Chait is reasonably sure that “killing some of the Syrians who are soldiers wantonly killing civilians will probably lead to a net decrease in killing,” and with that let the bombing commence.