I wrote a number of articles in 2012 that resonated with people for one reason or another. Below, a few of the highlights. Thanks everyone for a memorable year!
Al Jazeera, The closing of American academia
Atlantic, Manic pixie dream dissidents: how the world misunderstands Pussy Riot
Foreign Policy, Stop talking about civil society
Al Jazeera, The fallacy of the phrase, ‘The Muslim world’
Atlantic, Kim Kardashistan: A violent dictator’s daughter on a quest for pop stardom
Radio Free Europe, Why policy forums should be held in authoritarian states
Al Jazeera, Academic paywalls mean publish and perish
Registan, Central Asia: An exception to the “cute cats” theory of internet revolution
Atlantic, The day Yahoo decided I liked reading about child murder
Al Jazeera, The power of the meme
Well done Sarah. Keep it up
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I have observed that in the world the present moment, video games are classified as the latest phenomenon with kids of all ages. Often times it may be extremely hard to drag your son or daughter away from the games. If you want the best of both worlds, there are plenty of educational gaming activities for kids. Interesting post.