Kieran Healy notes the role of social media in undermining the Turkish coup.
Joe. My. God. notes US Army Secretary Eric Fanning’s ride as Grand Marshal in the San Diego pride parade.
The LRB Blog notes the aftermath of the Orange Order’s fires in Northern Ireland.
Marginal Revolution looks at what might be a veto in Scotland and Northern Ireland on Brexit, and notes the continuing economic fallout.
The NYRB Daily looks at how ISIS thrives on chaos.
The Power and the Money’s Noel Maurer reflects on the Turkish coup and notes Trump’s odd Russophilia.
The Volokh Conspiracy considers if it is ever justifiable to overthrow a democratic government.
Window on Eurasia looks at instability in the Donbas, suggests Turkey is distracting people from Russia, looks at low levels of Russophone assimilation in Estonia, considers ideological struggles in Belarus, and looks at immigration restrictionism in Russia versus Central Asia.
Bloomberg notes California’s dependence on oil imports, looks at how Libya’s internal divisions limit oil exports, observes the devastation of Fort McMurray, reports on EU-Turkish disputes on visa-free travel, observes the problems of Belarus’ banks, and reports on Kenya’s closure of Somali refugee camps.
Bloomberg View talks about how the Venezuelan military should be kept out of business.
Daily Xtranotes the internal struggle in the Conservative Party to accept same-sex marriage.
The National Postnotes an arson attack against Canada’s only sex reassignment clinic.
New Scientistreports on a suggestion that life might have begun on Earth at a very early date.
The New York Timesnotes the impact that the marriage of the American consul-general in Shanghai to a Taiwanese man has had on China.
Open Democracy describes the worsening situation in Turkish Kurdistan.
Wirednotes that Huawei was too eager to copy everything about the iPhone, even screws which aren’t very good.