Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Web prowl

The East-West Center opens its 2006 United States-East Timor Scholarship Program for undegraduate studies of qualified East Timorese. Should Hillary Clinton run for president in 2008? From the Washington Monthly, Yes and No. Foreign Affairs, in an article co-authored by the economist Dani Rodrik, outlines steps on How to Help Poor Countries. The conservative weekly Human Events list the Ten Most harmful books of the 19th and 20th Centuries. And from Uganda, a good reason to be a virgin.

6 comments:

R. O. said...

Re. harmful books... And I thought most academics are liberals. I won't be surprised if this were issued from the Vatican, but from scholars? A lot of scholars can't be wrong. :)

Ronnel said...

Conservative weekly ang Human Events. Cabal ng conservative scholars ang panel. Theyre few but they do exist. And I beg to differ: a lot of scholars CAN be wrong. The World Bank's scholars in the 80s and 90s- case in point.

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