links 14 – 20 juli

Al Jazeera: Independent’s Robert Fisk on the Damascus blast
Reason: China’s Black Market City
The New York Times: Postville, Iowa, Is Up for Grabs
Esquire: The Lethal Presidency of Barack Obama
Der Spiegel: Disillusioned German Islamists Abandoning Jihad
At War: Arming for the Syrian War: Do Soaring Prices Predict Escalating Conflict?
Al Jazeera: Libya’s long road to democracy
The Independent: Brand squabbles taint dignity of Mandela birthday celebrations
Reuters: Special Report: The wonks who sold Washington on South Sudan
Columbia Journalism Review: The healthcare whatyamacallit
CPJ: Ecuador must allow closed stations to resume broadcasts
Al Jazeera: Inside Syria – Nawaf Fares: ‘The Syrian regime is dead’
Le Monde: Il y a beaucoup de sexe au village olympique
Foreign Policy: Cheap at Any Price
Tech President: How the New York Times Uses Citizen Media to Watch “Syria’s War”
The Lede: Behind Jeers for Clinton in Egypt, a Conspiracy Theory With U.S. Roots
IFEX: Presidential attacks on journalists follow another radio station closure
Institute for War & Peace Reporting: Thousands Attend Burial of 520 Srebrenica Victims
The Design Observer Group: Territory Jam: Tehran
Columbia Journalism Review: In Egypt, new newspapers and old problems Nederlands-Koerdische maakt Iraakse film over zelfverbranding
The Daily Beast: The Hidden Horrors of Cruise Ships
Foreign Policy: The Other Side of Syria’s Civil War
Foreign Affairs: Libya’s Militia Menace – The Challenge After the Elections
The Lede: Drought Worsens for US Farmers and Ranchers
Journalism: Scandinavian media hit by paywall craze

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