Wednesday, June 25

Worth reading


  • Craig Whitlock on Al-Hurra, the U.S. government's largely unsuccessful TV network for the Arab world (Wash Post)
  • Michael Idov on the Libertarian Party convention (New Republic)
  • The Economist on Americans living near those with similar political views, dateline Bethesda, Maryland. I admit to being guilty of the Virginia-bashing cited in the article.
  • Nicholas Kulish on the "jumbled loyalties" of Germany's Germans, Turks and Turkish Germans ahead of tonight's Euro Cup semifinal (NY Times). Having been born in Germany and lived a few years in Turkey, I'd be a good candidate for jumbled loyalty, but I'll be rooting for the Turks.

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