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Tuesday linkage


Sam Roggeveen


23 February 2010 17:03

  • The Government has released its counter-terrorism white paper. More on this soon.
  • Why China probably won't revalue the Yuan soon.
  • Judah at WPR is concerned about Hans Blix's reputation: 'Is there any antidote to a Matt Stone-Trey Parker joke? I can't remember the last time I didn't crack up at the mere mention of poor Hans' name.' But Blix seems to understand what most politicians also know — it's best to go along with the joke.
  • Singapore tries casinos, but it will have to put up with the attendant organised crime risks.
  • Some links analysing North Korea's census.
  • Iran continues its war against 'the Gulf' or 'Arabian Gulf', insisting that inflight maps on airline TV screens refer to the 'Persian Gulf'.
  • The Economist's East Asia columnist, Banyan, is alarmed by the lack of long-term planning relating to Korean unification.
  • Speaking of The Economist, I've just noticed a rather radical editorial shift on their Free Exchange blog — author names! How long has this been going on?