The Vancouver Scrum

On the move!

Agh! You’re still here? My new site and weblog, is now up and running; new posts are building up over there, never to be mirrored here. Go! What are you waiting for? All the stuff worth keeping has been migrated over to the new server, and I don’t anticipate making any more posts here.

Bloggers and webmasters: Update your links! Simply replace with in your blogrolls or bookmarks to point to the new site. Old posts will remain on this server for as long as the people at Blogger/Google allow them to remain; unfortunately, I’m not going to bother to come up with any way of converting permalinks on this blog to their corresponding posts on the new site. Yes, I plead laziness. I also realize the irony of switching away from Blogger just it starts to add features that the demanding blog nerds insist upon.

Thanks for reading and linking, and see you over at!

—Ian King, December 13, 2004

Wednesday, September 18, 2002

Heavenly crudwagon, man

I've been up to my ass in alligators lately, so I haven't had the inclination to update this thing on a daily basis.

Should have some things today sometime; at the very least, I'll be covering the COPE party's nomination meeting for another publication tomorrow, so you'll get a sketch of the proceedings on this page late tomorrow.

In the meantime, check out the fine links in the sidebar, or...

Retired U.S. Gen Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, explains why international alliances are necessary to win the "war on global terrorism," and why they are not, as some think, a hindrance.

Clark's new book, Waging Modern War should be equally required reading for those who shrill against the idea of international co-operation in military campaigns. Although focussing initially on the NATO mission in Kosovo, Clark's book expands its views to future campaigns, and offers suggestions on how to deal with the adversaries and conditions of modern-day conflict. Still a timely read.
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