Links 30 mei – 2 juni

The Guardian: The Houla massacre shows how killing can become normal
Institute for War & Peace Reporting: The Forgotten Victims
The New York Times: Secret ‘Kill List’ Proves a Test of Obama’s Principles and Will
Frontline: Al Qaeda in Yemen
Al Jazeera: Imran Khan: Next man in?
nrcnext: Verkiezingen in Egypte zijn geen slotakkoord van de revolutie, eerder een vals intermezzo
CNN: All the queen’s presidents: From Truman to Obama
NPR: Why Political Ads In 2012 May All Look Alike
Columbia Journalism Review: Uncovering an investigation in Ohio – The New Republic finds news that local papers hadn’t. Why did that happen, and how big a problem is it?
Foreign Affairs: French Socialism, Take Two
Der Spiegel: The End of an Era at the German Marshall Fund
Journalism: Wadar Khanfar: Syrian social media proved vital and accurate
The Atlantic: How Egypt-Watchers Got The Presidential Race So Wrong
Salon: The history of the 1990s, revised
CPJ: 23 years after Tiananmen, China is still paying De Egyptische revolutie mislukt? Nog lang niet!

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