Representing Israel will cause negative reactions among their client base, because it is a controversial project, but for a firm to take on the role of painting Syria’s first lady as glamorous amidst the bloodshed of the people right outside her palace windows is mainstream and acceptable. Or, staging the deadly flotilla off Gaza is just a routine job, but helping Israel appear as a modern country at the height of medical and technological breakthroughs that benefit the world could blight the agency that does it.
Muammar Qaddafi’s newest diplomatic theory on the Middle East appeared in the NY Times the other day. It took a while for me to read it; I had to re-read it too. When I finally finished it, I thought, “wow!” I’m not prepared to say that I agree with his solution, but I was shocked […]
Have we just witnessed history repeating itself? Did Israel back down without achieving any goal more significant than destruction of infrastructure? Israel seems to have pulled its forces away from Gaza and ended its operation against Hamas as a nod to the new American President. Yet, time can only tell what the net results of […]
When I wrote this piece on the findings of that objective James Carter/James Baker study on how Israel is the root of all of the world’s problems, I erred in positioning it as a “Final Opportunity” for Jimmy. My hope that his senility would kick in and prevent any more idiocy from pouring out of […]