Feb 13 2012

GWOT bi-weekly round-up February 13


The Economist’s Clausewitz blog discusses Pakistan’s role in supporting the Afghan Taliban.


Jay Ufelder looks at the survival chances of democracies in the Middle East.


Barry Rubin looks at the evolving allegiances of Egypt’s army.


The Commentator advocates a strong line on Iran.


Daniel Korski looks at how we can stop Bashir Assad.
J.E.Dyer is not disappointed by Russia and China’s veto.
Juan Cole disagrees with intervention in Syria.
Daniel Drezner thinks the US should arm the Free Syrian Army.
Elliott Abrams agrees.
Michael Weiss thinks that Russia and China’s decision to intervene make a mockery of the arguments against US intervention.

Beginning February 13, GWOT weekly round-ups are now bi-weekly, published on Mondays and will now be authored by Clark Clifford. 

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