Links 21 – 23 juni

The Atlantic: Hell by Scooter: A Video Tour of Homs, Syria’s Most Devastated City
Foreign Affairs: Red Moon Rising – Could China’s lunar ambitions scramble politics here on Earth?
Al Jazeera: Have multinationals hijacked Rio+20?
The Guardian: Yousuf Raza Gilani’s sacking is bad news for Pakistan
Der Spiegel: Putting Down Roots in a Refugee Camp
The New York Review of Books: Greece and the Rest of Us: A Discussion
The Guardian: Mario Monti: we have a week to save the eurozone
Newsweek: Brides From Belarus Al Jazeera’s The Stream holds open editorial meeting using Google+ Hangout
Institute for War & Peace Reporting: Sudan – Beginning of End for Bashir?
IFEX: Rights groups pressure Mexico to protect Veracruz journalists, end impunity
The Jerusalem Post: Putin wants to show he is key player in region
Reuters: Iran talks – across the table, a wary stalemate
Foreign Policy: The FP Twitterati 100 – A who’s who of the foreign-policy Twitterverse in 2012
The Christian Science Monitor: Violence in a Rio slum turned a suburban pastor into an activist
Matt Taibbi: Notes on Wall Street’s Bid-Rigging Scandal
Politico: Fast and Furious – How President Obama and John Boehner got to the brink
At War: Living With P.T.S.D. and Allowing Myself to Get Help
The Daily Show: Bassem Youssef Extended Interview Pt. 1
Wired: How I Accidentally Kickstarted the Domestic Drone Boom
The Lede: Online Outrage Over Bullying of School Bus Monitor
Foreign Affairs: The Egyptian Military Wins Again
The Independent: Marina Cantacuzino – Let’s leave ‘evil’ out of the Anders Breivik case
Salon: Swing voters ponder the last four years

Vergelijkbare berichten