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How The EU Budget Really Works
Charles Crawford | Conservative Home | 14 November 2010
Cut out and keep. Diplomat explains, inter alia: who gives and who gets; the
seven-year plan; British rebate; leverage of national governments; case
against Euro-taxes. And that's just part one (of two)
North African Miracle
Francisco R. Rodríguez et al | Let's Talk HD | 12 November 2010
Which region has experienced greatest progress in human development in
recent decades? Answer used to be: East Asia. Now it's Muslim world's turn,
especially North Africa. Look to Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco
Will Davies | Potlatch | 14 November 2010
Short, sharp blog post. Britain's centre-right coalition evolves
conservative Rawlsian ideology. Treats inequalities as given, even those it
creates. Question becomes, how to treat inequalities "fairly"
Detroit's Unlikely Saviours
Bobby Ghosh | Time | 13 November 2010
Detroit has become a byword for urban decay, despair. But Arab-American
community, concentrated in nearby Dearborn, is growing, thriving,
optimistic. Could Arab entrepreneurs help revive Detroit itself?
Manny Pacquiao Doesn't Scale It Back
Bill Dwyre | LA Times | 14 November 2010
World's best pound-for-pound fighter, Philippine congressman Manny Pacquiao,
wins eighth world boxing title in eight weight divisions. It's never been
done before. And it probably won't ever be done again
Why do we root for underdogs? Is it OK to cheat? How can we make the game
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