Some Long Thoughts: Algeria Plays Defense

From The Moor Next Door Thu Mar 7 2013, 19:40:44

SUMMARY: This post is several posts  originally written in January and February merged together. These posts were put off from being posted for reasons of time, attention deficits, satisfaction. They were all originally experiments in ways of thinking about recent events to do with Algeria's defensive posture (which has been the subject of some much [...]

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