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Libya’s Ancient Borders

Josephine Quinn teaches ancient history at Oxford.

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    • Trish Gellam on Why We Strike: At the University of Reading there was a vote of no confidence in Vice Chancellor David Bell backed by almost 90% of the staff. He refused to resign. ...
    • XopherO on Why We Strike: I seem to remember that the original decline in what was a very healthy pension fund was originally caused, not by the increased longevity of academic...
    • Anaximander on Something to Look Forward To?: Western capitalism has until now relied on the labourers having sufficient income to buy (some of) what they make. That's now changing. The rentier...
    • Graucho on The Seine Also Rises: When water get warmer it evaporates more. When air gets warmer it holds more moisture. Western Europe is downwind of a very large pond. Global wetting...
    • Gardiner Linda on The Seine Also Rises: A film from 2007, 'Musée haut, musée bas' (based on a play of the same name from 2004), envisages just this scenario. Set in an imaginary cross betw...

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