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Our 21st-Century Segregation: We're Still Divided By Race

  • By
  • Reniqua Allen,
  • New America Foundation
April 3, 2013 |

Is The Computer Fraud And Abuse Act The 'Worst Law In Technology'? | The Guardian

March 20, 2013

Is the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act the "worst law in technology", as Columbia Law School's Tim Wu calls the statute? I think there are worse laws for the technology industry and its customers, but the CFAA is more than bad enough – a vague, outdated ...

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Tearing Up the Syllabus in the Name of Social Enterprise

  • By
  • Eric Tyler,
  • New America Foundation
March 13, 2013 |

"Who brought the syllabus to class today?"

Students rifled through their backpacks and pulled out their syllabuses, ready on their first day to hear the rundown of the teacher's agenda for the rest of the semester.

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Oscars 2013: What The Nominations Say About America | The Guardian

February 21, 2013

Peter Bergen is the author of Manhunt, which examined the pursuit of al-Qaida's leader. According to him, although women were involved, the CIA lead analyst "who was always saying … that Bin Laden is living in the mysterious compound in Abbottabad" ...

Italy's Ex-Intelligence Chief Given 10-Year Sentence For Role In Cia Kidnapping | The Guardian

February 13, 2013

Nasr detailed the truly horrific kidnapping and torture he endured in a 2008 interview with Peter Bergen for Mother Jones, who used Italian court documents to write a comprehensive report on the case: "A little before noon on February 17, 2003, Abu ...

Doj Kill List Memo Forces Many Dems Out Of The Closet As Overtly Unprincipled ... | The Guardian

February 11, 2013

As former Bush and Obama aide Douglas Ollivant told the NYT yesterday about the "trust" argument coming from some progressives: "That's not how we make policy. We make policy assuming that people in power might abuse it. To do otherwise is foolish." ...

Zero Dark Thirty: The View From Pakistan | The Guardian (London)

January 27, 2013

But Peter Bergen, a journalist and author who has researched Bin Laden more deeply than anyone else, claims the CIA officer who worked on the search for eight years up until his death and was convinced he was hiding in the Abbottabad compound was ...

Binyamin Netanyahu on Course To Win Israeli Elections | The Guardian

January 18, 2013

"This election will likely mark an acceleration of Israel's long-predicted … journey toward a hegemonic nationalism resembling apartheid-era South Africa," wrote Daniel Levy, director of the Middle East and North Africa programme at the European ...

Platform's Top 10 Journeys On The Oil Road | The Guardian (London)

January 9, 2013

The Oil and the Glory: The Pursuit of Empire and Fortune on the Caspian Sea by Steve Levine. Levine's book is packed with stories of the intrigue behind the west's attempts to gain control of Caspian resources, out of reach since the Bolshevik revolution.

Valerie Plame Welcomes New Breed Of Fictional Female Spy In Zero Dark Thirty | The Guardian (London)

December 15, 2012

... have an exceptional knack for detail, for seeing patterns and understanding relationships – and they also, quite frankly, spend a great deal less time telling war stories, chatting and going outside for cigarettes," he told CNN security journalist ...

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