Tuesday, May 16, 2006


Gregory Djerejian, a foreign policy professional whose recent trajectory could perhaps be described as moderate neoconservative turned realist, summarizes his arguments in favor of talking to Iran.

Related: the BBC offers an interactive guide for understanding the power structures within the Iranian government.

Deborah Brown gives a horticulturalist's overview to the practical care of houseplants: pdf version, awkwardly formatted html.

Some important rethinking of libertarianism in the wake of the Republican Party is going on over at Jim Henley's blog. (It's an evolving conversation, but I'd pull out these posts, in order: One, Two, and Three. Keep reading him to see how the argument progresses.)


Blogger washerdreyer:

Gregory Djerejian, a foreign policy professional s/b Gregory Djerejian a lawyer cum financial muckamuck who was and may still be a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

5/18/2006 12:53:00 AM  
Blogger Marilee Scott:

Hm. Thanks for the correction.

He put his prep school affiliation on his blog CV?!

5/18/2006 07:56:00 AM  

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