A new civil war in the Sudans is slowly approaching.
openDemocracy on the new political landscape and the shift in the public debate in Norway after the massacre.
Are Republicans profiting from not only arguing that the Democratic Party is failing, but from portraying government itself as failing? ("nihilistic effort")
And also in The Atlantic, some thoughts on the changing nature of sovereignty after the intervention in Libya (and what role did the intervention play in the revolution?).
I feel really bad for failing to mention before how utterly lovely and beautiful the second season of Out With Dad is. I have the approximate same amount of love for this show that I reserve for Parks and Recreation. Also, Kenny is the best best friend ever.
Rookie magazine asks famous people (Joss Whedon and Alia Shawkat, among others) how they survived high school. The issue always brings me back to the Buffy-episode Earshot: Every single person down there is ignoring your pain because they're way too busy with their own. The beautiful ones, the popular ones, the guys that pick on you... everyone.