Tag Archives: John Glaser

9/4/12 John Glaser

Antiwar.com editor John Glaser discusses the details of a reported (and denied) back-channel offer from the White House to Iran; why the US is still largely responsible for Israel’s military endeavors, even if the US doesn’t fire a shot; how Benjamin Netanyahu has bluffed his way to irrelevance; Zbig Brzezinski’s take on rational actors and messianic zealots among Middle East heads of state; and a comparison of world-dominating US foreign policy strategies.

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7/13/12 John Glaser

John Glaser discusses the myth of geographical terrorist safe havens; why Americans still don’t know the difference between the Taliban and al Qaeda; Obama’s decision to “surge” in Afghanistan despite government reports that the effort wouldn’t work; and former CIA officer Reuel Marc Gerecht’s prescription for proxy war in Syria.

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Antiwar Radio: John Glaser

John Glaser, Assistant Editor at Antiwar.com, discusses the profound disrespect shown by US Marines toward dead Afghans and the ho-hum response of Americans; yet another pending military investigation that will drag on until the scandal is forgotten, at which point all parties will be exonerated (except the occasional low-ranking soldier); how the latest National Intelligence Estimate on Afghanistan contradicts 10+ years of

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Antiwar Radio: John Glaser

John Glaser, Assistant Editor at Antiwar.com, discusses the imminent departure of President Saleh in Yemen (and why it hardly matters); the Egyptian model of counterrevolution, where cosmetic changes obscure the authoritarianism and US influence that remains; how international attention on Bahrain has produced recommended reforms that the government will pretend to implement; and the

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