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  • Timothy Rogers on In Moscow: The Putin regime’s manipulation of information and presentation of rumor as fact has a glorious predecessor in the practices of the Stalin era. Aft...
  • telzey on Conspiracy of Errors: Lorentzen is being rather selective and disingenuous in his account of the settlement of this affair. The US accepted the authority of the ICC to set...
  • jaspreetsinghboparai on On Liberty Island: My favourite piece on Liberty Island remains 'the Big Obama Mountains': https://www.libertyislandmag.com/forum/openrange/view.html?t=84 . It's as add...
  • Chris Larkin on On Liberty Island: It's quite difficult to balance the knowledge that all the writing is probably shocking, with the fact that I will sort of always want to read somethi...
  • ikmacbeth on Conspiracy of Errors: I think it's also worth mentioning that when Pan Am Flight 103 was blown up over Lockerbie some six months later, Western intelligence agencies unanim...
  • Boursin on In Moscow: The crucified child is also in Dostoyevsky: "There's a book here in which I read about the trial of a Jew, who took a child of four years old and c...
  • Timothy Rogers on Can the world get by without Russia?: Yep, Meeks seems to have gotten himself into some kind of confused rhetorical lather here, and the criterion of "bigness" falls apart all over the pla...
  • alynch on Can the world get by without Russia?: 'Can the world get by without Russia"? That is a serious question? Are we meant to replace "Russia" with other places and say "No the world can't ge...
  • John Perry on The Nicaraguan Model: I agree that in practice Jonathan there is little difference - I think CR, despite its relative prosperity, is showing the effects of a lot of petty c...
  • jabberdafunk on Can the world get by without Russia?: Geoff You may not have noticed, but the title of the article is "Can the world get by without Russia?" Not "Which nation is working on trade agr...

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