“Cold War”

Bifurcated Memory

[podcast]http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/radio4/ta/ta_20090401-1708a.mp3[/podcast] Thinking Allowed‘s Laurie Taylor has an interesting discussion with Mikhail Ryklin about the historical memory of Stalinism. Ryklin’s most recent work looks at Communist

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Overcharged Buttons

Yeah, yeah, I haven’t been blogging of late, but I hope to return at full throttle soon.  In the meantime I couldn’t resist mentioning a

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Georgia’s World Bankroll

The BBC aren’t the only ones still sorting out South Ossetia.  Mark Ames dismantles the NY Times coverage in “The Cold War that Wasn’t“.  Like

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Sorting Out South Ossetia

What happened in South Ossetia? The war may be over but questions linger.  Who started the war?  Was there ethnic cleansing of Georgians?  What role

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