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Ian Buruma: Americans drew the wrong lessons from 1945

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Ian Buruma talks about "Year Zero"

De Nederlands - Britse schrijver Ian Buruma is in Sydney voor het Writers Festival waar hij zijn boek "Year Zero"- de geschiedenis van 1945 zal bespreken. (Zondag om 10am bij Pier2/3
 Special Broadcasting Service2 months ago

Abe's long march

J apanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo's coalition government has decided to reinterpret the postwar Japanese constitution. According to Article 9 of the constitution, drafted by American lawyers in 1946, when Japan was under Allied occupation, Japan ...
 Business Day Nigeria2 weeks ago Abe's nationalism flaunts democracy, does nothing to boost Japan's sovereignty  Shanghai Daily2 weeks ago

Bill Clinton's conservative legacy?

A review of the best commentary on and around the world... Today's must-read The Federalist's David Harsanyi takes a look at the recent Quinnipiac poll, which asked respondents to rate the post-World War Two US presidents. The top two ...
 BBC2 weeks ago

Film Review: 'The 50-Year Argument'

The history of the New York Review of Books is incisively celebrated and distilled by co-directors Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi in The 50 Year Argument , which takes us behind the scenes of editor Robert Silvers storied weekly and finds, to ...
 Variety3 weeks ago
The New Republic Online

Stories of Life after the Shoah

L ike a lost child in a fairy tale , a small boy is walking on a sunlit path, emerging from a dark forest. He is wearing shorts, leather shoes, and a patterned sweater. He is walking straight ahead, but his gaze is averted. The image, as ...
 The New Republic Online1 month ago
Kathmandu Post

Obama is right to recognize limits of U.S. power

U.S. President Barack Obama is under attack from so-called liberal hawks, more or less to the left of center, as well as from active interventionists on the right for being a weak president, leading a war-weary (even world-weary) America in ...
 Lebanon Daily Star1 month ago America's late imperial dilemma  Shanghai Daily1 month ago Imperial Dilemma  Kathmandu Post1 month ago
Copenhagen Post

Conflicting ideologies collide on stage

Freedom of speech? Tolerance? Balancing these is a struggle in the Europe of today. Pim Fortuyn the far-right Dutch politician assassinated in 2002 after claiming the Netherlands is full was an unappealing character. Scholarly, racist, charming ...
 Copenhagen Post1 month ago

Rise of the right in Europe UML worried by rightist surge in India/Nepal

BY M.R. JOSSE UML Chairman Jhala Nath Khanal's political dossier has (Kathmandu Post, 30 May) pronounced that the breathtaking electoral triumph of India's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) represents an upsurge of rightist forces. While hinting that ...
 People's Review Nepal1 month ago

Tiananmen Square: 25 year anniversary

How did Tiananmen change China? A selection of articles on the continuing significance of June 4th 1989 Twenty five years ago the world changed. In 1989, revolutions swept across the Eastern Bloc, the Berlin Wall was torn down ...
 Prospect1 month ago
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