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Tech Revolutionaries

— Jacob Weisberg (Slate, 24 February 2011)
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Europe Gets It Right

— Kurt Volker (Foreign Policy, 12 August 2010)
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What’s It Like to Be a Tourist in North Korea?

— Christina Larson (Foreign Policy, 16 August 2010)
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Remembering Fascism: Learning From the Past

— Noam Chomsky (truthout, 20 April 2010)
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Is This the End of the UK?

— David Runciman (London Review of Books, 27 May 2010)
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A New Great Wall: Why the Crisis in Translation Matters
— Edith Grossman (Foreign Policy, May 2010)
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“Eastern Europe”: Wrongly Labelled
— The Economist (The Economist, 7 January 2010)
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Post-Wall: Slavoj Žižek on the Fall of the Berlin Wall
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The Big Story: Our Embattled Media
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The Unknown War
— Matt Welch (Reason Magazine, November 2009)
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1989!
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The Ethics of Capitalism
— Karl-Heinz Klaer (Social Europe Journal, 3 August 2009)
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Entangled Giant
— Garry Wills (The New York Review of Books, 8 October 2009)
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Times of Crisis (multimedia)
— Spiegel (Spiegel, 2009)
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A Glossary of Terms in Foreign Affairs
— Glenn Greenwald (Salon, 28 September 2009)
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Why I Love Al Jazeera
— Robert D. Kaplan (The Atlantic, October 2009)
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Fiji Water: Spin the Bottle
— Anna Lenzer (Mother Jones, September 2009)
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Is Britain Bust?
— James Buchan (Prospect, August 2009)
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Iran: The Tragedy & the Future
— Roger Cohen (The New York Review of Books, 16 July 2009)
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Berlusconi in Tehran
— Slavoj Žižek  (London Review of Books, 23 July 2009)
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10 Lessons on Empire
— Stephen M. Walt (Foreign Policy, 13 July 2009)
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