Must-reads 30 december – 5 januari

LA Times: In Unfamiliar Waters – Two Californians, Two Indonesians Received a Heroes’ Welcome After 21 Days Adrift – Then the Cheering Stopped
The New York Times: Journalists Confront China Censors Over Editorial
IPS: Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” Bill Spreads Fear
Foreign Affairs: New Year, New Italy? – Rome After Monti
The New Yorker: Tweets from Gulnara: the Dictator’s Daughter
Africa is a Country: 2012′s SMH (also known as “Africa is a Country”) Moments
The Guardian: In the Middle East, the Arab spring has given way to a Christian winter
Hindustan Times: War tourism: Bored trucker starts new trend
Foreign Policy: You’re a Mean One, Mr. Putin
The Daily Beast: Anger Over Fiscal-Cliff Deal Fires Up Tea Party
Poynter: Andrew Sullivan announces shift to independent, reader-funded blog
New York Review of Books: Egypt: Whose Constitution?
CS Monitor: Facing rebels, Central African Republic’s president consolidates power
Call me cynical: Aktham Suliman’s farewell to Al Jazeera
Tribune: Abbottabad Commission: Report on bin Laden out, but not public
China Digital Times: China on Fiscal Cliff: U.S. “Kicked the Can”
Foreign Affairs: Jerusalem of Gold – Does Israel Have a Corruption Problem?
Juan Cole: The Rise of the Sunnis and the Decline of Iran, Iraq and Hizbullah – The Middle East in 2013
The Daily Beast: A Twist in the Benghazi Saga
New York Times: It Was a Big Year for Long-Form Journalism at The Times
Bloomberg: The Great Canadian Maple Syrup Heist

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