Sunday, January 3, 2010

Sunday Links

. Sunday, January 3, 2010

1. I was planning on writing a post pushing back against all the articles saying the Naughties were a terrible decade. In many ways, and for the majority of the world's population, it was a very good decade. Thankfully, Tyler Cowen did it for me.

2. Ireland bans blasphemy.

3. Andrew Sullivan responds to the murder attempt on Kurt Westergaard by blaspheming. Good thing Sullivan doesn't live in Ireland.

4. Is Japan returning to Asia?

5. What's a bailed-out banker worth?

6. George Soros asks Spain to lead Europe towards integration of the Roma population.

7. What to expect from the Basel Committee in the next few months. And "Financial Heroin".

8. Two video. First, Spencer Ackerman and Eli Lake on Yemen, counterterrorism, and Iran:

And Jennifer 8. Lee searches for General Tso:


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