War Watch: March 23, 2007

23.03.07

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I’m launching a new regular thing here at War Is Boring, a periodic update on wars and potential wars worldwide, in order of how much I care.

Iran: sanctions refined; army shows off

Iraq: Dems’ withdrawal bill looks likely; water short

Kurdistan: Turks still pissed about rebels

Somalia: plane shot down? 

Afghanistan: Aussies grow?; border clash kills

Lebanon: war semantics; bomb defused

Sudan: bombing Chad; banning aid groups

Timor: refugees!; elections loom

Taiwan: arms sales controversy continues

North Korea: nuke talks break down

My neighborhood: subway suicide

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One Response to “War Watch: March 23, 2007”

  1. Peter says:

    Close but a slightly different order of priorities

    1–Iran: sanctions refined; army shows off

    2–Iraq: Dems’ withdrawal bill looks likely; water short

    3–Kurdistan: Turks still pissed about rebels

    4–Afghanistan: Aussies grow?; border clash kills
    9–North Korea: nuke talks break down

    8–Taiwan: arms sales controversy continues

    5–Lebanon: war semantics; bomb defused

    6–Sudan: bombing Chad; banning aid groups

    7–Timor: refugees!; elections loom
    and a story that deserves commenting on
    Kurdistan: Turks still pissed

    about rebels

    The Turks have been making the argument to the Americans

    Gul. “I have said to the Americans many times: suppose there is a terrorist organization in Mexico attacking America. What would you do?..

    I know the answer to that question. The Amercians should tell the Turks the truth What we would do is give them amesity and guess worker programs

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