Links 2 – 8 oktober

The Atlantic: It’s Vladimir Putin’s Birthday! What Would You Want to Get Him?
Hopscotch: Ongestraft en vergeten: Sabra en Sjatila
Time: The Balkan Wars: 100 Years Later, a History of Violence
Vanity Fair: A Home at the End of Google Earth
Foreign Policy: The Myth That Screwed Up 50 Years of U.S. Foreign Policy
The New York Review of Books China’s Happy Blogger
The Washingtonian: Terror in October: A Look Back at the DC Sniper Attacks
The Economist: Policing the party
CS Monitor: Rio’s mayoral race: A new ‘Al Gore’ for Brazil?
IFEX: Copyright policies threaten internet use in Panama and Colombia
The Atlantic: Slugfest
Edward Wasserman: Media blow the Mideast riots story
The New Yorker: Factory Girls – Cultural technology and the making of K-pop De abortusboot: een nobel initiatief of imperialisme van het foutste soort?
Democracy Lab: No Exit Venezuela
The Nation: South Africa’s ‘Marikana Moment’
Maspero testimonies: testimonies of eyewitnesses in Maspero incidents

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