Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Europe Pulls Back on Climate Change

It was only to be expected after the failure of Copenhagen and the worsening of the economic crisis, but Germany has refused to go along with an accelerated timetable for greenhouse gas reduction, and one has the feeling that other governments are only too glad to let the Germans play the heavy on this as on other issues. The planet can wait, the politicians are suggesting, thereby ruining their credibility if ever they decide in the future to put the issue back on the front burner.

Left-wing Antisemitism in France

A review of a book by Michel Dreyfus.