Must-reads 28 oktober – 3 november

The Global Mail: Syria’s Civil War Spills Over in Sydney
RFI: Rape doctor Denis Mukwege wants to return to DRC despite murder attempt
The Caravan: The Departed -The return home of Kashmir’s disillusioned militants
BBC: Mali crisis focus for Clinton’s Algeria visit
Hopscotch on the greenline: Bomaanslag verdeelt Libanese christenen
Danger Room: The Kremlin’s New Internet Surveillance Plan Goes Live Today
DMagazine: Naming the Dead at Ground Zero
Der Spiegel: New Football League Helps Heal Afghanistan
Guernica: The Monkeyman of Delhi
Foreign Policy: ‘Troubling’ Surveillance Before Benghazi Attack
Boston Review: Fighting over the Same Ground – Rajiv Chandrasekaran on America’s Last Days in Afghanistan
Aeon: The art of presence
The Guardian: Why François Hollande’s popularity has plummeted
Politico: Sandy’s lesson: Address climate change
Huffington Post: Why Malala Really Matters: The Foreign Policy Debate We Didn’t Have
Salon: How Fox News created a new culture of idiots
Foreign Policy: Me and My Censor – A reporter’s memoir of what it’s like to tell the truth about today’s China
Guernica: Rebel Cities
Foreign Policy: Was a North Korean General Really Executed by Mortar Fire?

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