Asian States Play the Murder Card; Is the War Card Next?

The assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jung Il’s brother in Malaysia, and a wave of terror in Pakistan possibly instigated by India indicate that murder is very much part of the state toolkit in Asia.  And where murder goes, war is often not far behind.  This week: Murder, Mayhem, and Monsters on the Loose!

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Show Notes

CCTV footage of attack on Kim Jong Nam

iWar: War and Peace in the Information Age

North Korean officials are preparing to come to U.S. for talks with former officials

Terrorism will be responded to with full might, says Nisar

The 'ISIS' Myth and Terrorist Reality in Afghanistan

US Commander Warns of Russian, Iranian, Pakistani, Influence in Afghanistan

Afghan bottom line

Press release on six-party consultations on Afghanistan in Moscow


The Great Wall official trailer

Box office: China just turned ‘xXx: Return of Xander Cage’ into a hit

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  1. VoiceOfArabi says:

    Nice work Peter Lee… Keep up the good work. thanks.

  2. Jeremy Smith says:

    We’re huge fans of Peter’s dry humor at my household.

    But man, how many months of subscriptions will get him a better audio setup?

  3. CuChulainn says:

    not convinced by the mainstream narrative on Kim Jong Nam, as PL seems to be

    Why an eruption of media reports about an obscure figure, away from the center of power in Pyongyang for years? Why now? Why publicly to be seen worldwide on videotape?

    Who had motive and opportunity to kill him? If North Korean authorities wanted him eliminated, why did they wait so long? Why a public execution, making it easy for its detractors to automatically lay blame where it likely doesn’t belong?

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