Monday, May 30, 2011
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
There is increasing debate, also, on the authority under international law to apprehend dictators like Gadhafy who commit crimes against their own people (could this discussion have applied to Saddam Hussein?) Reuters and MSNBC had a typical story, here. Could cyberterror figure into international law this way? In any case, any day now there could be another sudden announcement from the White House, this time on Gadhafy's end, I suspect.
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Monday, May 9, 2011
Update: May 11
The Washington Blade reports on a demonstration Tuesday at the Uganda Embassy, on N 16th Street (not in the areas I visited), over draconian anti-gay legislation, here.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Update/Correction (May 7, 2010):
The Embassy of Pakistan is in the "Embassy Row" area of Washington DC (near Van Ness St), with this Wikipedia image link (Creative Commons).
The Embassy website (for The Islamic Republic of Pakistan) is this.
In January 2008, I had visited the Woodrow Wilson House near Dupont Circle and snapped another picture in the area which, according to signeage, appeared to have a connection to Pakistan.
I will revisit both addresses or places soon, and track down what this was (at least when I reported it in 2008) and update and report the correct information on all properties previously shown in this blog.