Monthly Archives: July 2011

Caving

It’s the right thing to do. Advertisements

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The journalist as diplomat

In September 1973 Australian journalist Wilfred Burchett was approached by an Indian official in Algiers and asked about his relations with the Chinese. India and China were in the midst of a border dispute and Burchett was widely known in … Continue reading

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Pick Flick in 2012

In the absence of a clear moral choice, pick Flick in 2012.

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Casey Anthony: justice is served

So this past week my Twitter and Facebook feeds were flush with friends and followees’ declarations of disbelief, shock and anger that Casey Anthony should be acquitted of allegedly murdering her two year old daughter. One friend remarked that she … Continue reading

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