May 20, 2005

Links of the Week

It's open season on Shawn Macomber's books: "In fact, you could come into my house today and throw any one of my books into the toilet and I might call you a jerk, but I guarantee you I will not scream, cry, or risk my life over it. Kick any of my books across the floor and I will not pray for God to smite you."

Michael J. Totten blogs on encouraging developments in Syria, as does Chuck Freund.

Washington correspondant Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff writes on Germany, America, and foreign policy in Die Zeit. Very interesting.

If you don't scroll down after reading his posts once, you might miss Glenn Reynolds's updated round-up on Uzbekistan. Or the one on Star Wars.

Speaking of which, I haven't seen Revenge of the Sith yet (I'll get to it next week), but here's what I wrote on seeing Attack of the Clones. Jonathan Last's case for the Dark Side that I linked to back then remains a classic.

Posted by John Tabin at May 20, 2005 10:00 PM
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