Links 30 april – 6 mei

Bloomberg: Sarkozy Is First French President in 30 Years to Fail Reelection
The Guardian: Imperialism didn’t end. These days it’s known as international law
Foreign Policy: China The Accidental Peacemaker
The Lede: Argentina Tweaks Britain With Olympic Ad Shot Secretly in Falklands
Salon: The Ron Paul convention takeover plot
Mediapart: Kadhafi-Sarkozy : la justice tunisienne savait fin 2011

The Christian Science Monitor: Putin inauguration: World view of a Russian feeling dissed
Mosireen: The Abbasiyya Massacre
The Daily Beast: Myth Of Decline: U.S. Is Stronger and Faster Than Anywhere Else
Time: Great Divide: How the City of London Widened the Gap between Britain’s Rich and Poor
The Guardian: A life in photography: Don McCullin
BBC: Fleeing from Sudan’s Nuba Mountains
Politico: Alleged 9/11 plotter keeps silence
Salon: Egypt’s unlikely front-runner
The Independent: Robert Fisk: Did Osama really believe I would polish his image?
Trouw: Oekraïne laat gevangenen in Gribussen creperen
Foreign Affairs: Hollande Is Half the Story – France’s Populist Resurgence
The Guardian: Inside Syria’s crackdown: ‘I found my boys burning in the street’
The Guardian: Syrian forces executing and burning residents of Idlib, Amnesty says
The Washington Post: Barbara Robbins: A slain CIA secretary’s life and death
Der Spiegel: The High Cost of Germany’s Economic Success
Businessweek: The Great Fall of China
The New York Times: Wary Markets Likely to Wait to Cast Vote on France
BBC: Rio’s funk parties silenced by crackdown on gangs

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