Must-reads 10 – 16 februari

Bloomberg: A Chinese Hacker’s Identity Unmasked
CIR: The Shooter – the man who shot Bin Laden (‘is screwed’)
New Republic: Original Sin – Why the GOP is and will continue to be the party of white people
London Review of Books: How to Start a Battalion (in Five Easy Lessons) – Ghaith Abdul-Ahad reports from Syria
Foreign Policy: White Smoke – An insider’s guide to choosing the new pope
Foreign Affairs: Pyongyang’s Nuclear Logic – Sometimes a Test is Just a Test
New Times: CIA Operatives, Barrels of Whiskey, and a Biker Named Thor
The Times of Israel: Israel’s Islamist dilemma
CS Monitor: One Billion Rising – Indonesia joins world discussion on rape
The Nation: Italy Votes – Austerity, Social Justice — or Don Giovanni?
TIME: Hugo Chávez’s Absence Deepens Venezuela’s Sense of Crisis
The Atlantic: How the 1980s Explains Vladimir Putin
Roads & Kingdoms: Wheels of Fortune
The Moscow Times: How Russia Betrayed My Son
CPJ: Electoral law dulls reporting as Correa nears re-election
LA Times: Anger is growing among Iraq’s Sunnis
Washington Post: Medal will honor troops engaged in cyber ops, drone strikes
The New York Times: Can the Republicans be Saved From Obsolescence?
Foreign Policy: Inside the Islamic Emirate of Timbuktu
Carnegie Europe: Eyewitness account – Syria: a report from the field

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