US technological leadership is fragile Asia Times
Tech is having a reckoning. Tech investors? Not so much. MIT Technology Review
WaPo: “The accelerating speed of the program undercuts assertions by some Biden advisers that they were left no plan by the Trump administration and suggests they need only to keep their feet on the pedal to clear the bar they set for themselves.”https://t.co/TyG0aqiwHH
— Tim Murtaugh (@TimMurtaugh) January 24, 2021
The 5 Biggest Lessons We’ve Learned About How Coronavirus Spreads on Campus Chronicle of Higher Education
Spain’s top military chief steps down after jumping queue for covid vaccine https://t.co/rOeA6jXwBD
— euronews (@euronews) January 24, 2021
Last week I heard BBC spin China’s success in Wuhan as dystopia, concluding ominously, “Truth, just like the virus, is being brought under control.” The virus exposed our ruling classes as deranged failures—they’ll never forgive China for making them look bad. pic.twitter.com/t8arvFBm6B
— Mark Ames (@MarkAmesExiled) January 24, 2021
Counter Trumpism By Ending the Conditions That Created It Consortium News. Caitlin Johnstone.
The Cool Kids Are Back In Town! American Conservative. Not so cool. Although they think they are. I‘d give them smug. And they’re certainly not self-aware. Could do w/ a bit more irony.
The muzzling of America NY Post. Josh Hawley.
Chemical Warfare’s Home Front New York Review of Books
New Auto Safety Report Demands Biden Strengthen Federal Programs Now Counterpunch. Ralph Nader. Unsafe at any speed redux.
US-Pakistan reset boosts Biden’s Afghan plan Asia Times
— Matt Taibbi (@mtaibbi) January 24, 2021
Our Famously Free Press
All The Spin That’s Fit To Print Daily Poster. David Sirota.
From Egypt to the US: Lessons for activists from the Arab Spring Al Jazeera. Ten years on.
China risks a Himalayan water war with India Asia Times
Joe Biden and the ‘great rebalancing’ of the US economy FT Rana Foroohar
Antidote du Jour (PR):
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.