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Thursday linkage


Sam Roggeveen


10 February 2011 12:36

  • After the shelling of Yeonpyeong, South Korea does not want to be caught napping again. (Thanks Malcolm.)
  • Meanwhile, North Korea has cut off a new round of military talks with the south after just one day. (Thanks again, Malcolm.)
  • Why economists remain fairly relaxed about climate change.
  • Sinocentric takes note of an article by a senior Chinese official about policy towards the US.
  • This article, about how entrepreneurs think, is getting a lot of online attention.
  • SBY went to India for the annual Republic Day celebrations. The Asia Foundation reports on what the visit achieved.
  • Via WikiLeaks, Muammar Qadaffi's reading list.
  • Also on WikiLeaks, yesterday we discovered that the US State Department thinks Saudi oil production may peak as soon as 2012. The Oil Drum crunches the numbers.
  • LATE ADDITION: It was kind of Information Dissemination to describe The Interpreter as 'the best blog in the southern hemisphere of planet Earth'. Our sincere thanks.