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On August 2, 2013
Some links of interest: Paris Review interview with William Gibson. When blogs go dark. Conservative anti-interventionist streaks can be short-lived. I’m sure Tara Reid can find a place in the Heritage Foundation’s sequel to 33. This looks just fascinating: US Battleship Conversion Projects 1942-1965 Scorsese on the language of cinema. Damascus: What’s left?  
From beautiful Kansas City.  For your enjoyment: Surprisingly interesting piece on Christianity and Game of Thrones. The responsibilities of tenure track faculty to adjuncts. India gets C-17s. On erotic readings and the CIA. US-New Zealand relations, non-hobbit edition. Clapton’s guitar on “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”
Another week slips into memory… Apparently the latest Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia is dedicated to monarchy. Is blogging over? The virtues of buck passing. What with the Battlestar Galactica again… The state cannot function without data… Who doesn’t love lasers and rail guns?
Links to grow on: Ambiguities in Chinese civil-military relations make it hard to read messages. I’m sure you’ve seen the Michael Shannon letter reading, but if you haven’t… Daniel Little on urban marginality. Well, obviously. Updates on the state of African maritime forces. Why do people irrationally hate deficits? Indian complaints about the UN Arms […]
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