Selected reading

February 19, 2009 at 10:38 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

A few bits & pieces from here & there:

  • Jim Cust asks whether 2009 could be the year of Africa’s internet revolution
  • Andrew Sullivan has a fantastic short article on torture
  • Josh Marshall wonders whether Sir Allen Stanford was also into drugs (cartels, that is)
  • Ezra Klein on Blue Dog Democrats & Red Cat Republicans
  • Marc Lynch has some more must-read reporting on the Middle East
  • At Feministing, Courtney asks ‘What do women in Afghanistan want?
  • Neil McCormick discusses David Cameron’s love of Morrissey
  • The Lib Dems have some audacious proposals for housing the homeless
  • Mike McNabb wonders whether our efforts against poverty have gone as far as they can
  • The Vatican may have readmitted a society which openly propogates anti-semitism
  • And the great Haruki Murakami writes from Israel on peace and… eggs.
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