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الإثنين, 16 آب/أغسطس 2021 08:56

Let There Be Wind

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In 1887 James Blyth became the first person to spin electricity from air, lighting his home in Marykirk, south of Aberdeen, with a 33ft cloth-sailed wind turbine. Blyth was born in Marykirk and had a cottage there, but by the 1880s was based in Glasgow, where he was a professor at Anderson College (now the University of Strathclyde). Established in 1796 to provide ‘useful knowledge’ for skilled workers, Blyth echoed the principles of the college when he offered the benefits of his new technology to Marykirk’s villagers as a cheap, clean way to light their main street. They declined, fearing…
الإثنين, 05 تموز/يوليو 2021 09:32

At 245, America Is Old Enough to Be Honest About Its Founding

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The Declaration of Independence’s clause about “merciless Indian Savages” and its deleted passage on slavery say a lot about us. Happy Birthday, America! Today, July 4, 2021, we turn 245 years old. You might think we’d have trouble blowing out all the candles on the cake, but fortunately we can use the downdraft from the Sikorsky S-97 Raider, a new prototype attack helicopter with two rotors that spin in opposite directions. And now that we’re 245, it seems as though we should be old enough to take an honest look at various dumb and awful things about our birth, and stop believing…
الجمعة, 25 حزيران/يونيو 2021 10:04

All Change

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‘There had been dramatic changes in outlook in the course of this remarkable century’, writes Margarette Lincoln in her vast and vivid account of the 100 years that took London from the Gunpowder Plot to the Toleration Act, through civil wars, plague and fire, terrorism and revolution, the birth of newspapers and a coffee-drinking, politically conscious public; ‘Newton’s world was not the same as Shakespeare’s.’  Her story is bookended by the deaths of two queens: at the beginning the magnificent funeral of Elizabeth I and towards the end the early death of Mary II, whose funeral, costing £50,000 and modelled…
الثلاثاء, 15 حزيران/يونيو 2021 10:39

The Lessons of Waco

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April 19 was the 28th anniversary of one of the most shameful episodes in modern American history: the massacre of 76 innocent men, women, and children by agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) in a military-style assault on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas.The assault followed a botched raid on the Davidian compound (staged at a time that it would distract attention from an ATF sexual harassment scandal) and a two-month standoff between the Davidians and the agency. The ATF used CS tear gas against the Dravidians, even though the gas was banned by an…
السبت, 29 أيار 2021 07:37

The Paris Commune’s Bloody Week

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  In hiding and soon to be sentenced to death in absentia, Eugène Pottier completed a poem In June 1871 that still serves as the rallying cry for the Left worldwide: L’Internationale. Its themes of solidarity and universalism would enshrine the ambitions of the Paris Commune, a brief and extraordinary social experiment that unfolded during the spring of 1871 in what was then Europe’s second-largest city. However, between 21 and 28 May, central Paris was incinerated and approximately 25,000 people massacred when French soldiers annihilated the Commune, an atrocity remembered as the ‘Bloody Week’. The Commune’s origins lay in France’s humiliation during…
Our so-called staffing crisis hearkens back to the colonial era. THE CURRENT BLIZZARD of stories about a “worker shortage” across the U.S. may seem as though it’s about this peculiar moment, as the pandemic fades. Restaurants in Washington, D.C., contend that they’re suffering from a staffing “crisis.” The hospitality industry in Massachusetts says it’s experiencing the same disaster. The governor of Montana plans to cancel coronavirus-related additional unemployment benefits funded by the federal government, and the cries of business owners are being heard in the White House. In reality, though, this should be understood as the latest iteration of a question that’s plagued the owning class for centuries: How can…
الجمعة, 07 أيار 2021 09:06

Remembering the massacre of 45,000 Algerians

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What: French massacre of Algerians When: 8 May 1945 Where: Setif, Guelma and surrounding areas What Happened? As Europe celebrated the beginning of the end of World War II with Germany surrendering on 8 May 1945, thousands of Algerian men, women and children were mobilised by the French in Algeria to mark the victory of the Allied forces over the Nazis. Anti-French sentiment and the anti-colonial movement had been building across Algeria for months, leading to protests prior to 8 May. Some 4,000 protesters took to the streets of Setif, a town in northern Algeria, to press new demands for…
The greatest purveyor of violence in the world today: my own government. – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., April 1967 Enough has been said, here and elsewhere, about the contents of the bestselling book Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam (KATM) and the meticulous archival and field research on which it is based. It is a brilliant–a word I use sparingly–work about one of the most tragic periods in Vietnamese and US history. On the occasion of the 46th anniversary of the end of the US War in Vietnam, it’s worth revisiting the value of KATM’s singular contribution to…
الجمعة, 30 نيسان/أبريل 2021 15:05

The History of Saudi-Iranian Competition

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Jon Alterman: Kim Ghattas is a nonresident senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. She is the author of the recent book Black Wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Collective Memory in the Middle East. I first met Kim when she was a BBC News correspondent. She's been a journalist for many years in Washington and the Middle East. Kim, welcome to Babel. Kim Ghattas: Thank you very much for having me, Jon. Greetings from Beirut. Jon Alterman: Thank you very much. You talk about 1979 being a year in which the Middle East changed.…
الجمعة, 23 نيسان/أبريل 2021 08:41

Colonial Mentalities

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A culture war on race and empire divided the intellectual classes of Victorian Britain. According to the historian Hilary Beckles, British colonial state forces killed more Black people when suppressing revolts in the Caribbean in the 50 years after slave emancipation in 1838 than in the 50 years leading up to it. Emancipation brought compensation for former slaveowners but not for the enslaved. The extreme inequality between a wealthy, politically powerful white minority and a Black and mixed-race majority with little or no property continued after emancipation. In Jamaica, British Guiana, St Vincent and Barbados, many people freed from slavery…
الإثنين, 12 نيسان/أبريل 2021 04:49

The Origins of Nazi Violence

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In recent years, right-wing terrorism has been on the increase in Germany. The worst case of right-wing terrorism was perpetrated by the National-Socialist Underground or NSU. The NSU murdered ten people, including a police officer, while also committing forty-three attempted murders, three bombings and several robberies between 2000 and 2007. Today Germany’s radical right has created a follow-up organisation called NSU 2.0. Despite a court case against the NSU, right-wing terrorism continues unabated. In 2019, a Neo-Nazi tried to kill fifty Jewish worshipers in a synagogue in the eastern German city of Halle. Though this extremist failed to kill Jews but he still managed to…
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