Month: May 2017

Violence, Revisited

One of the most absolutely fascinating (and admittedly Anglo-centric) developments to appear out of the human catastrophe of the Syrian Civil War is the handful¬†of Westerners running away to join the Kurdish militias. They’re former humanitarian workers who join all-female… Read More ›

On the Leak State

I regularly engage in long, thoughtful conversations about The Events of the Day with a respected Doctor, a man of science who has a certain respectability about him. I’ll not go so far as to suggest I know his political… Read More ›