Links 25 – 29 mei

The Guardian: Barack Obama: the college years
Foreign Affairs: The Future of the Euro with Martin Feldstein
Al Jazeera: The Indian Premier League: Sport or showbiz?
The Washington Post: Vatican in chaos after pope’s butler arrested for leaks, bank president ousted
The Christian Science Monitor: What’s an American Indian? Warren case stirs query
Matt Taibbi: The Facebook IPO: Shareholders Weren’t Invited to the Real Party
Salon: Rand Paul’s leverage with Mitt
YouTube: A new human rights channel on YouTube
The Guardian: Egypt’s elections do not simply mark a return to the status quo
The Atlantic: India’s Female Infanticide Crisis
TIME: Will Syria’s Houla Massacre Force Action on the Crisis?
The Lede: Ukrainian Lawmakers Debate With Their Fists
NPR: At Eurovision, A Dance Around Human Rights
The New York Times: Egyptian Is Counting on Worries of Elites
At War: Sketching the Wounds of War
FP Passport: Berlusconi’s ‘burlesque games’ apparently included dressing up as Barack Obama
The Raw Story: Women on the rise in Mexican drug cartels
Channel 4 News: Chen Guangchengs nephew could face death penalty
Slate: I Don’t! How a bizarre legal case involving a mysterious billionaire could force 1.2 million Canadians to be married, against their will.
The Guardian: A Muslim Brotherhood win would resonate far beyond Egypt
The Atlantic: The $630-Million Trees That Sparked a Social Media Revolt in China
The New York Review of Books: Why Are We Abandoning the Afghans?
Buzzfeed: Meet The Weiner Truthers
Newsweek: Bjorn Lomborg on the Rio Green Summit: Poverty Pollutes
Al Jazeera: Nepal’s unfinished revolution

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