Link Loving 16.03.11

March 16, 2011 § Leave a comment

  • Explaining Obama’s strategic reticence in the Middle East. Jennifer Dyer on the problem of a strategy without an objective.
  • Naomi Klein takes her shock doctrine analysis to Wisconsin on Democracy Now!
  • David Bromwich on the embarrassments of empire. Another interesting take on US policy post Middle East revolutions.
  • Student using Facebook during lessons gets busted. By their teacher using Facebook in the same lesson.
  • What does dropping his political role mean for the Dalai Lama and the movement to free Tibet? China thinks it’s political trickery. Jason Burke.
  • Fantastic series of postcard images from 1910, imagining the world in 2000.
  • Leo Babauta on how to focus.
  • How to get rid of a dictator – a new computer game shows you how.
  • How to cook tempeh into veggie bacon. Looks. So. Delicious. Colleen Patrick-Goudreau.
  • South Africa adds stick to carrot in it’s approach to diplomacy in the Ivory Coast. Colum Lynch.

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