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Economics of Warfare - Lecture 1

This morning I gave my first lecture in my Economics of Warfare class.

I plan to continue to post a lecture each week.  I don’t plan to write an abstract for each lecture but you can get a sense of the material covered by looking at “categories” and “tags”.

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God Has a Sense of Humor

What a funny headline for a wedding blog, right? It all starts and ends with love. I haven’t written in quite a while, but for good reason. 690 more words

AEIBCC 2016

There used to be a time when I had my eyes firmly on those tradeshow dates, but these days I’m glad when I can keep my medical appointments straight. 393 more words

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New B'Tselem Report on Operation Protective Edge...and a Critic who Fires Blanks at B'Tselem

B’Tselem is one of the finest casualty recording organisations in the world so the recent publication of its report on Operation Protective Edge (July 8 – August 26, 2014) is an important moment for the field.   617 more words

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Damage from July Prairie storms pegged at $48M by insurers

The Insurance Bureau of Canada said severe storms that swept across the Prairies last month caused more than $48 million in insured damage.

Intense thunderstorms between July 8 and 11 produced strong winds, hail, lightning, heavy rain and funnel clouds in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. 99 more words

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Comments Down Below!

Hello everybody.

This is just a quick note to say that there were some interesting comments that appeared on my last two post on Chilcot ( 81 more words

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