Monday, December 06, 2004

Homespun Symposium IV

Our fourth installment of the Homespun Symposium offers a question from Arthur Chrenkoff. Email a link to your responses to marvin at marvinhutchens dot com to be listed below as a respondent. Next week, Marc of Hubs and Spokes will present the question.

The question:

The war on terror and the war in Iraq have caused deep fissures through the international political landscape, but arguably not simply and predictably "left" versus "right"; after all, President Bush is allied with a social democrat Tony Blair and ex-communists of Eastern Europe, while the anti-war coalition is also a motley crew of American and British paleo-conservatives, European right (France) and left (Germany) and many others.

So what does it all mean? What is the new divide in international politics? And will it last?


Homespun Symposium Responses

Mud and Phud
Dagney's Rant
Mad Poets Anonymous
A Physicist's Perspective
Bunker Mulligan
The Commons at Paulie World... by Nathan Hale
The Radical Centrist
The Redhunter
Little Red Blog