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19 blogs about Politics.

  1. Africa Is a Country
    “…a site of opinion, analysis, and new writing on and from the African left.”

    Reading List: Ayomide Bayowa
    Nigerian Canadian poet Ayomide Bayowa discusses the influences behind his latest poetry collection. Cover of Gills. My debut poetry collection, titled Gills, consists of various folios I wrote during my travels overseas. Some of the …
    By Ayomide Bayowa, 1,778 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per week. Started in .

  2. All That Is Solid ...
    “Look what A Very Public Sociologist melted into.” By Phil. 🇬🇧

    UFO Disinformation as Social Control
    UFOs are real and the aliens are here. No, not the History Channel this time but a respected ex-Pentagon official, David Grusch. Coming off the flap of official interest in Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, as the …
    By Phil, 1,056 words

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  3. Charlie's Diary
    “Being the blog of Charles Stross, author, and occasional guests.” 🇬🇧

    Go away, Muse, you're drunk (again)
    So, I get these random ideas for SF/F from time to time, and I have no idea what to do with them, and sometimes when I don't want to use them I post them here. …
    By Charlie Stross, 774 words

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  4. Conservative Home
    “Britain's leading Conservative blog for news, comment, analysis and campaigns, edited by Paul Goodman.” By Paul Goodman, et al. 🇬🇧

    Channel crossings. The Albania deal seems to show that deterrence works.
    Robert Jenrick did not have an easy ride on Sunday when he was pressed by Sophy Ridge on the Government’s progress on tackling illegal immigration from Albania. But the deal struck with Tirana does seem …
    By Henry Hill, 682 words

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  5. The Constitution Unit Blog

    The UK’s defiance of the European Court of Human Rights
    Veronika Fikfak argues that by amending the Illegal Migration Bill to require UK courts to ignore a potential interim measure from the European Court of Human Rights, the UK government has reached for the most …
    By The Constitution Unit, 66 words

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  6. Corey Robin
    “Corey Robin is Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center.” 🇺🇸

    June is the Cruelest Month
    June is Supreme Court month, when Clarence Thomas gets to hand down one edict after another. As an antidote, my publisher is offering The Enigma of Clarence Thomas on sale! You can get the Kindle …
    By Corey Robin, 50 words

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  7. Emily F. Gorcenski
    “The personal site of Emily Gorcenski.” 🇩🇪 🇺🇸

    Review: Mathematics for Machine Learning and Data Science Specialization by DeepLearning.AI on Coursera
    I worked through the DeepLearning.AI course on Math for Machine Learning at Coursera. It was fun and informative, if not a bit shallow. Over at my day job, our Germany data and AI community has …
    740 words

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  8. George Monbiot
    “Archive of his syndicated column about international and British politics and issues, arranged by topic.” 🇬🇧

    Hell Holes
    Fossil fuel companies walk away from the lands they have devastated, often without paying a penny to restore them. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 1st June 2023 When you’re in a hole, keep …
    By monbiot, 1,141 words

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  9. History Unfolding
    “A historian's comments on current events, foreign and domestic.” By David Kaiser. 🇺🇸

    A post from the past
    For the next few weeks, History Unfolding will repost some key posts from the past. The first is this 2008 post about the majority opinion in District of Columbia v. Heller, which for the first …
    By David Kaiser, 60 words

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  10. interfluidity
    By Steve Randy Waldman.

    I continue to write these days beneath the shelter of my “drafts blog“. A big benefit of that is almost nobody reads it, so I feel much freeër to write. A downside is, well, almost …
    By Steve Randy Waldman, 1,319 words

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  11. Lawyers, Guns & Money
    “A politics and culture blog written primarily by a group of eight academics.” 🇺🇸

    Do I have come right flat out and tell you everything?
    Bari Weiss might be a fourth-rate public intellectual, but she is an absolutely world-class grifter: Weiss and the other founders recruited an informal board of advisers—a mix of podcasters, journalists, academics, and lawyers. Among them …
    By Scott Lemieux, 563 words

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  12. LRB Blog
    “Europe’s leading magazine of ideas, published twice a month.” 🇬🇧

    Table of contents
    Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 45 No. 11 (Friday 19 May 2023)
    19 words

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  13. Pearls and Irritations – Public policy journal
    “Read progressive, liberal commentary on issues that impact Australians. Our daily articles focus on politics, public policy and world affairs.” By John Menadue, et al. 🇦🇺 🇺🇸

    Australia catching up with the Asian century at last?
    Every word of Anthony Albanese’s address to the Shangri-La dialogue on 2 June was chosen with care. It was a balancing act, with the Prime Minister poised between peace and war, defence and diplomacy, the …
    By Alison Broinowski, 67 words

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  14. Pharyngula NEW
    “Evolution, development, and random biological ejaculations from a godless liberal.” By PZ Myers. 🇺🇸

    There are consequences?
    Chris Licht, the former head of CNN who pushed that disastrous, mismanaged Trump town hall on us, seems to have faced some kind of rebuke from the men who control the pursestrings. He has undergone …
    By PZ Myers, 164 words

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  15. Phil Ebersole's Blog
    “thoughts about politics and the passing scene.” 🇺🇸

    Nikola Jokic – basketball’s greatest passer?
    Reader, you might not have got the reference by my friend, Steve in Texas, in his comment on my previous post, to Nikola Jokic, the great basketball passer. I didn’t know who he was either, …
    By philebersole, 99 words

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  16. Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives /// Darren Cullen
    “Satirical art and illustrations by Darren Cullen.” 🇬🇧

    I'm in the newspaper! Specifically I'm in The Posttraumatic from Spain, edited by the brilliant Octavi Serra who I met at Trashplant Festival last year. Copies or a subscription to the paper are available from …
    By Darren Cullen, 46 words

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  17. Trinketization
    “John Hutnyk writes on culture, cities, diaspora, history, film, prisons, colonialism, education, Marxism.” 🇬🇧

    Annabel’s amazing school zine project on Ho Chi Minh
    done in class 2, in 2022, Nottingham. anabels-2023-zine-project-on-hcmDownload
    By john hutnyk, 17 words

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  18. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
    “Comments, observations and thoughts from two bloggers on applied statistics, higher education and epidemiology.” By Mark Palko, Joseph. 🇺🇸

    The term of the day is "Reverse Centaur"
    From Cory Doctorow:In AI circles, a “centaur” describes a certain kind of machine/human collaboration, in which “decision-support” systems (which the field loves to call “AI”s) are paired with human beings for results that draw upon …
    158 words

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  19. William Davies

    ‘The post-neoliberal moment’
    I was interviewed by Evgeny Morozov on ‘post-neoliberalism’, as part of a series of interviews and discussions published by The Syllabus. For more on ‘post-neoliberalism’, see the special issue of Theory Culture & Society I …
    By willdavies, 42 words

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