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Assorted Personal Notations, Essays, and Other Jottings

[BLOG] Some Monday links

  • Acts of Minor Treason’s Andrew Barton writes about the deep, ineradicable, legacies of the past.
  • The Dragon’s Tales looks at China’s Shijian-10 reusable satellite.
  • Far Outliers notes the bloody naval tactics of the War of the Spanish Succession and looks at the plight of the post-war English sailors in the Caribbean.
  • Geocurrents explains why Muslims in Tatarstan are much less radicalized than their Chechen counterparts.
  • Language Hat looks at the 2002 Nobel lecture of Imre Kertész.
  • Marginal Revolution misreads talk of Brexit as political theatre.
  • Steve Munro looks at the ability of the TTC to absorb, or not, an influx of money from the federal government.
  • pollotenchegg maps various language minorities in Ukraine.
  • Window on Eurasia wonders if Putin’s new National Guard will affect Chechnya’s Kadyrov, and wonders if Putin is preparing to strike against oligarchs for the elections.
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