Link Loving 21.03.11

March 21, 2011 § Leave a comment

  • Beijing won’t follow Tunis and Cairo, but change is still under way. Goubin Yang.
  • Thomas Carothers debunks the myths surrounding the Arab world’s new governments.
  • Eight teens were given the chance to create their own curriculum, and the results have been transformative. Susan Engel.
  • Media diet advice from Tom McGeveran in the Atlantic.
  • Phillip Rawls on how some US states could delay or cancel primaries. Political obsessives scream NOOOO!
  • Entire movies get a colour bar code. Very cool. Cool Infographics.
  • India is the world’s largest arms importer. Joshua Keating. Though Pakistan is buying a lot of guns too.
  • Richard Gowan looks at what Ban Ki-Moon needs to change in his likely second term.
  • Arjan van Houwelingen on the differences between the Arab revolutions and post-Cold War revolutions. EU membership potential being one of them.

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