Dear Readers — War in Context began ten years ago. In the first few months the name “The war in context” was just the subject line on an email I was sending out to colleagues and friends after 9/11. Then in January, 2002, I started blogging — that was back when using Blogger meant logging on to a server in Evan Williams’ house in San Francisco.
Since then, after initially using Blogger, then switching over to WordPress in 2007, I have published over 25,000 posts.
What does that add up to? If someone was to print out every word on this site it would run to more than seven times the length of the Bible!
Every so often I get a message addressed to the “folks” at War in Context, or someone makes reference to my “team.” No doubt there’s plenty of work goes into keeping this going, but there’s only one worker.
War in Context, from its inception, has been an effort to apply critical intelligence in an arena where political judgment has repeatedly been twisted by blind emotions. It presupposes that a world out of balance will inevitably be a world in conflict.
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