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Wednesday linkage


Sam Roggeveen


26 November 2008 09:46

  • Visit New Mandala and Bangkok Pundit for blog coverage of the violence in Bangkok.
  • Eighteen thousand party officials have fled China with misappropriated money since the mid 1990s.
  • I said yesterday that it would be interesting to see an Australian equivalent to the NIC Global Trends paper, but Global Dashboard argues we're suffering from analysis overload.
  • Gideon Rachman confidently predicts the ruination of the G8. Why? Because next year, Berlusconi's going to be in charge, that's why.
  • Foreign Policy has five physics lessons for Barack Obama. My favourite: 'Explain to the public that putting humans in space is not only very dangerous; it usually slows the advance of science.'
  • Further to Allan Gyngell's post bemoaning the crapiness of many Australian government websites, Dan Flitton, diplomatic editor at The Age, reminds me of his piece from March about how US spy agencies are using their websites to recruit the very young.