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 ›