Tag Archives: Exit Strategy

Mañana

Mañana is a common expression (derived from Spanish but used much more generally) that translates as tomorrow or in the indeterminate future. It is also the common denominator of my “Three Shades of Deniers” (September 3 blog) that I have … Continue reading

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Cost Effectiveness

In the previous blog (September 24) I outlined a “victory,” based on IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) projections, which will allow us to stabilize the composition of the atmosphere at levels that adaptation will be able to handle. I … Continue reading

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Declaration of Victory and Exit Strategy

The title of my previous blog was “Declaration of War.” I wrote: In the next few blogs I will try to expand this notion to include non-military action, with a specific focus on climate change. My objective is to look into … Continue reading

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Declaration of War

“After the end of [the] Persian Gulf War in 1991, Colin Powell, then chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, outlined his vision for efficient and decisive military action.” This vision is now known as the Powell Doctrine. The last condition … Continue reading

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