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Noted, “Greenland’s Left Turn”

Although I left The Nation, I have continued my role as the Noted page’s unofficial international monitor of minor elections, this time reporting the results from Greenland. On a loosely related note, the new Greenlandic PM Kuupik Kleist is on Facebook.  My editor friended him. … Continue reading

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Noted, “Change Comes to Kuwait”

This is the section lead in the magazine this week.  Even though it’s hidden behind the subscriber wall, most of it shows up here. That said, you can also read about these ground-breaking ladies and comment on their achievement below. From L-R: Aseel … Continue reading

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Noted, “Terrorism and Tea Parties”

This short piece led the Noted section of the June 8, 2009 issue. Because Noted is only accessible online to subscribers, comments are allowed on this post. Picture credit: uscgpress (via Flickr) The oddly controversial Rightwing Extremism report, issued by … Continue reading

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Kai Bird: The Nation’s Foreign Editor

Although The Nation is legally registered as a for-profit company, it has lost money for nearly all of the magazine’s 144 year history and has only survived through the unwavering support of what are now some 30,000 Nation Associates. This profile was … Continue reading

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Noted, “Ghana’s Achievement”

The rejected title was “Promising Polls.”   The month of January featured not one but two notable inaugurations. As Barack Obama headed toward the White House, the arrival of John Atta Mills in Ghana‘s presidential palace also signaled a hopeful … Continue reading

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