The Marshall Project Wins The Pulitzer Prize Marshall Project
Winged Words London Review of Books. Tariq Ali.
The Highest Railway in America Has Finally Reopened Conde Nast Traveller
He’s a Stanford professor and a Nobel laureate. Critics say he was dangerously misleading on Covid Stat From last month, still germane.
Coronavirus: Taiwan outbreak appears to stabilise after 13,000 cases and 452 deaths, says minister South China Morning Post
“Activism Uncensored”: The Line 3 Pipeline Protests TK News. Matt Taibbi.
Movin’ the gerontocracy left https://t.co/XdqTa0Jjif
— Mark Ames (@MarkAmesExiled) June 14, 2021
Prof. Krylov: Defend Science From The Woke American Conservative
I am skeptical of an interoperability-first approach to big tech, but there’s a lot to like in this piece by @doctorow on the relationship between interoperability mandates and antitrust. The special master idea is intriguing. https://t.co/wCrvXgIgng
— Matt Stoller (@matthewstoller) June 13, 2021
In order to accuse their political adversaries (& whistleblowers) of being Kremlin agents and serving Moscow, current-day US liberals obviously borrowed from the McCarthyite script of the 1950s, but also the Kissinger smears of Ellsberg. See for yourself:https://t.co/DyznnJjSRf pic.twitter.com/letFeswi1f
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) June 13, 2021
THE MINISTER OF CHAOS Atlantic
We go again London Review of Books
Myanmar’s crisis becomes ASEAN’s shame Asia Times
Jinnah’s tragedy Business Standard
The Paradoxes of the Bangladesh Miracle Project Syndicate
Empire of Clowns versus Yellow Peril Pepe Escobar
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