Center for Liberal Strategies

Thursday February 25th, 2010

Q&A on the recent police operations in Bulgaria

Filed under: Uncategorized — Daniel @ 01:39 PM

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Wednesday February 24th, 2010

NATO’s ‘Dutch Disease’

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ivan Krastev @ 02:02 PM

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Tuesday February 16th, 2010

NATO’s ‘Dutch Disease’

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ivan Krastev @ 02:22 PM

New posting of Ivan Krastev in the blog of Word Affairs:

Small wars and small coalition partners: This is really what should worry NATO. Small wars are difficult to win; small coalition partners are difficult to ignore. On Saturday, as coalition forces were fighting their way in a make-it-or-break-it offensive in the Taliban stronghold of Marja, the Dutch government was carrying on a make-it-or-break-it fight of its own. In terms of the latter, however, they opted to break it—the government collapsed after a final effort to keep Dutch troops in Afghanistan failed miserably. Bad timing, to say the least.

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Friday February 12th, 2010

Thoughts on the GDP flash

Filed under: Uncategorized — Gogi @ 04:51 PM

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Friday February 12th, 2010

Proposal to the Rector of UNSS: the Galevi brothers should teach intercompany competition!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Daniel @ 10:09 AM

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Thursday February 11th, 2010

Interesting data - not so much the exports as the imports

Filed under: Uncategorized — Gogi @ 02:39 PM

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Thursday February 11th, 2010

Kremlin’s Invisible Primaries (New posting by Ivan Krastev in WA Blogland)

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ivan Krastev @ 01:28 PM

New posting of Ivan Krastev in the blog of Word Affairs:

Winston Churchill famously observed that the Kremlin’s political struggles are like a fight among bulldogs under a carpet: Outsiders hear plenty of growling, but have few clues who is winning until the fight is over. Unfortunately, not much has changed in Russian politics since this observation was made. American political scientist Stephen Holmes recently noted that we had a better idea of the role of Stalin’s show trials than we do of the elections’ role in the current Russian political system.

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