Sins on the Seine

Azure is something like an Israeli version of Commmentary. It has just posted its Winter 2007 issue. Among the highlights are Michael Oren’s reconsideration of the significance of the Suez War to Israel and Azure editor Noah Pollak’s review of David Pryce-Jones’s new book on French foreign policy in the Middle East. Noah writes that in his review he “engages in necessary acts of anti-French vilification.” Lending support to that sense of necessity is Daniel Freedman over at the New York Sun’s It Shines for All blog: “Islamic state of France: ‘Seeking non-threatening bus drivers.'”

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