Monthly Archives: November 2011

Protest Movement Art Critic: Che and Guy Fawkes, part 1

[Editor’s note: what follows is mostly satire. Also, the below image is owned by Mosa’aberising, can be properly found here, and is used through a creative commons license.] <pretension> Che had embodied the twin rebellions of Marxist revolution and anti-colonialism which … Continue reading

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Life During Wartime: A Review of The Boy Mir

[Spoiler Alert for The Boy Mir: if you want to see the film without any expectation of how it proceeds, you may want to skip this review.  I cover the broad sequence of events and include a few specific details below.] Here … Continue reading

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Meta Report: Collected Reactions to the IAEA on Iran

On Tuesday, the IAEA published it’s report on “Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement and relevant provisions of Security Council resolutions in the Islamic Republic of Iran.”  Reactions were posted almost immediately. Preempting the report’s publication, Reuters published a piece … Continue reading

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External Memory: This Week’s Good Bloggy Bits

Tony Karon on Biggie Smalls, Israel, and Iran: But when Israel bombed Iraq’s Osirak reactor in 1981, and when it struck what it claimed was a Syrian nuclear facility late last year, there was no coverage of the preparations for … Continue reading

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