The Royal Society
New York Times. And by “New York,” we mean “New York real estate.” I’m reliably informed that this will be a scandal of SHTF hugeness in Malaysia; . If there are any Asia hands reading NC today, I’d like to know your views in comments.
Guardian. Part 1 of a series.
FT. So many small fish we could make nuoc mam.
Paul Krugman, New York Times. Krugman names names. Ha, fooled ya. You thought the headline meant financial fraud, as in accounting control fraud, didn’t you? The past is not dead….
CNN. I say let’s give control of the Internet to the cable companies because….
AP. Hopefully what happened when the NYPD started arresting people only when it was “absolutely necessary.” Nothing.
Ekathimerini. Quotes from Tsipras barnburner in Parliment, which got .
Tsipras FT. “We will put an end to this damaging tripartite arrangement of interest groups, the political system and the media.” Which the EU likes, actually, since this gets operationalized through fighting tax evasion by oligarchs.
Al Jazeera. “φαίνεταί μοι κῆνος ἴσος θέοισιν…”
Businesss Insider. Cyprus. Do note the “reportedly.”
In Cyprus. Source of the above in the last paragraphs? Heaven knows the Cypriots have every reason to twist the EU’s tail — and especially the ECB’s — but when you read to the end, this looks either like a non-story, or Anastasiades trying to put the toothpaste back in the tube.
New York Times. C’mon. What could go wrong?
WaPo. Wait, we “trained” them and gave them millions of dollars in weapons again? Did I not get the memo?
Sidney Morning Herald. After a near-death-experience vote of confidence.
The Sinocism China Newsletter
Quartz. Über for an MBA precariat should have been easy to see coming.
Wall Street Journal
Ta-Nahesi Coates, The Atlantic. Give credit to Obama, poking the so-called National Prayer Breakfast in the eye with a sharp stick was, IMNSHO, a righteous act.
New York Times. The Matisse cut-outs. Last day, February 10….
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