Monthly Archives For January 2011

CrisisJam #2 Out Now!

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The second installment of CrisisJam’s weekly mini-avalanche of articles is now up on the Politico.ie site. Starting things off is Gavin Titley who asks “Is there anything left to say about the spectacle of the…

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“Mini-NATO” – Dream in Polar fog

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“Mini-NATO” – Dream in Polar fog Report on the Scandinavian mini-NATO alliance, which includes Britain oddly and considered to be a response to Russia’s efforts to survey and develop the Arctic shelf. Europeans have decided…

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A Tale of Two Graphs

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If a graph can chart a thousand words, how many does two graphs chart? The math is not that simple – especially when you’re comparing Ireland’s comparative standing in both social justice and financial wealth….

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Savaged by a Sheep

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I woke early this morning and, as always on such occasions, my conscience got to me – atheists have notoriously active consciences. I’m inclined to think I may have wronged poor Davie Adams. An Dorcha…

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Keeping the Wound Open

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Book Review: What Ever Happened to Modernism? Gabriel Josipovici (Yale University Press 2010) When a dreadful book like Howard Jacobson’s The Finkler Question can win a major literary award against a novel like Tom McCarthy’s…

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