Links 28 juni – 4 juli

Al Jazeera: What Killed Arafat? Arafat’s widow calls to exhume his body
Al Jazeera: Revisiting Arafat’s last days Titia Ketelaat blogt de aanloop naar Olympische Spelen in Londen
The Arabist: Great info-map of Sahel Dynamics
BBC: Angola’s Chinese-built ghost town
Foreign Policy: The Year In Unfreedom
Program on Arab Reform and Democracy: Constitutions as Peace Treaties: A Cautionary Tale for the Arab Spring
The Christian Science Monitor: Amelia Earhart search missions begins: five others that failed
Foreign Policy: ‘American Exceptionalism’: A Short History
CPJ: In Kyrgyzstan, injustice and torture in Askarov case
The Atlantic: These 600-Year Old World Heritage Sites Might Be Rubble by August
Slate: The Tweet Campaign vs. the Real Campaign
Foreign Affairs: Hegemony and After
Matt Taibbi: Why is Nobody Freaking Out About the LIBOR Banking Scandal?
At War: Russian Tanks Audition in a Ballistic Ballet
Der Spiegel: The Euro Endangers German Economy
On The Ground: Too Much Wood, Too Little Power
Salon: War swept under and over the rug
Threat Level: How Anonymous Picks Targets, Launches Attacks, and Takes Powerful Organizations Down
Danger Room: Pentagon’s Brain-Powered Videogames Might Treat PTSD
Stories from Cairo: Morsy Beaucoup
The New York Review of Books: Obama and Terror: The Hovering Questions
This American Life: SWITCHEROO
The New Yorker: Roberts the Swing Vote: Court Upholds Most of Health Care
The New York Times: How Egypt’s Army Won
The Lede: Protesters Describe Torture by Syrian Security Forces
The Independent: Robert Fisk: President Morsi, a rigged ballot and a fox’s tale that has all of Cairo abuzz Ik Kom terug, aflevering 1
Niall Ferguson on the Israeli Dangers From Syria and Egypt
Al Jazeera: Kristof: The journalist as tourist
BBC: Mexico Direct

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