Thursday 19 Jul 2018 | 12:24 | SYDNEY
Thursday 19 Jul 2018 | 12:24 | SYDNEY

Monday linkage


Sam Roggeveen


14 September 2009 10:53

  • Chances are, you never even knew his name: the man who saved more lives than anyone, ever, has died.
  • Last week we mentioned the failure of 'One Laptop per child'. Here's a reply from the founder of the initiative.
  • Causes of the crisis: a new blog examines the entrails of the GFC.
  • Walter Russell Mead on the decline of the intelligentsia and the more just liberal society it promised.
  • A survey of the Muslim world shows declining support for Usama bin Laden and violence against civilians.
  • Foreign aid can work — in fact, it's saving 10,000 children per day.
  • That the Obama Administration waited until 9.45pm on a Friday to announce new tarrifs on China shows how proud it must be of this brave decision.
  • The Rudd Government faces a small but symbolic test of its free trade credentials too, with the book importation issue soon to go before Cabinet. ACT minister Andrew Barr makes the case for dropping import restrictions.