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Friday’s Reading List

By Taylor Marvin

By João Figueiredo. Via butdoesitfloat.com & Andrew Sullivan.

By João Figueiredo. Via butdoesitfloat.com & Andrew Sullivan.

What I read this week:

Cash, and time, runs out for Afghanistan’s wi-fi city. Author Spencer Ackerman also has an interesting personal post reflecting on what low pageviews mean.

The Realist Prism: A Closer Look at U.S.-Russia ‘Summit-gate’.

Mining emeralds in the Panjshir Valley.

What is the rational response to climate change? (via the Browser).

How to run an internment camp.

Archeologists dive for underwater Mayan artifacts.

Imagining myself in Palestine.

“For most Americans, even the war in Iraq brought little worse than marginally higher tax rates and unsettling TV images. Americans don’t much care about foreign policy because it is usually inconsequential to their welfare.”

Blackalicious – Nowhere Fast.

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