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It has been a slow last few months, the way time always seems to be when it's full of variety rather than intense drive. Sadly, my back has been full of intense pain, from general soreness during the day, to...
Posted Oct 28, 2011 at
A Failure of Justice (Cyrus)
Justice is an interesting word. It serves as the front man for a number of different and sometimes incompatible concepts: revenge, retribution, restoration, fate, fairness, equality. In everyday use it often boils down to a sense of cosmic righteousness, a...
Posted May 2, 2011 at
Briefly, Libya (Cyrus)
There is much to be said about the Western and Arab intervention in Libya, but it's 3:00 in the morning and sleep is closing in fast. Instead, three quick comments: This is a war of choice. As such, it would...
Posted Mar 19, 2011 at
Ignorance and inequality, hand-in-hand (Cyrus)
Some thoughts and stories about what is arguably the largest inequality remaining in the world: the sexual intimidation of women. This piece wasn't written specifically for International Women's Day, but the coincidence in timing is certainly appropriate. 7:12. Shit. Her...
Posted Mar 10, 2011 at
Applying Democratic Ideals Abroad is Important; See Egypt (Cyrus)
Two weeks ago I attempted to give a brief account of how society, particularly American society, applies democratic ideals differently to domestic and foreign policy. You can read that post here. I'm not sure I really succeeded at getting the...
Posted Feb 6, 2011 at
What would your biography look like if it was written by Google? Would Google emphasize the same aspects of your character and life story that you would? If a set of court cases currently working their way through the Spanish...
Posted Jan 24, 2011 at
Wikileaks, the Democratic Ideal, and Foriegn Policy (Cyrus)
A little over a month ago Wikileaks began to release U.S. State Department diplomatic cables and politicians cried. Previously, Wikileaks had released U.S. Army SIGACT reports, detailing nearly every engagement in Afghanistan since the invasion, and politicians cried. Before that...
Posted Jan 21, 2011 at
The Waiting Pox (Cyrus)
I have been meaning to write something substantial for my first post to Accidental Blogger, but my brain has been roasting at a pleasant 39°C (that's 102°F for the Imperialists) for a large portion of the past week. It has...
Posted Nov 22, 2010 at
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