I had plans of writing lots of wonderful posts on foreign policy when I started this blog. But when I tried to do so, I found out that watching all the episodes of Danger Man and Secret Agent, together with my wargaming experience, was no preparation at all for being able to blog on current events!
And that is why I am glad to tell you about a relatively new blog called The Western Experience, that started up around the same time I did. The blog features great posts on foreign policy, and it’s off to a fast start in terms of readership!
Here are some of The Western Experience’s recent posts:
- NATO doesn’t exist to coddle offended Muslims.
- America is not arming Mexico’s war.
- Iran to the world: ‘You can win by defiance’
- Saudi Arabia could be headed towards unstable times.
- North Korean missile launch eminent. Will there be consequences?
- Qaddafi settling in comfortably as new leader of Africa
Blogging about foreign policy is hard. So I really appreciate Jason’s work on these issues.
One thought on “Featured site: The Western Experience”
What about the experience of those from other countries and cultures that have inevitably been monstered by the West in its drive to total power and control over every one and every thing?
A good place to start would be the superb book Columbus and Other Cannibals by Jack Forbes—a native American description of the truth and actuality of what the power-mad white man actually did, and is still doing to everyone else.
Plus this picture tells it all–the process depicted still continues