Views for 2010-12-26

Sunday, December 26, 2010
Christopher Brauchli
Christmas Cheer the Corporate Way
Happy Christmas to all. - Clement Clark Moore, The Night Before Christmas During the holiday season it is always good to be reminded of one's many blessings. In the case of UBS employees they can be...
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Matthew Rothschild
So This is Christmas (But War Is Not Over)
I love John Lennon, and I miss his musical and political presence even after 30 years. I can’t help but thinking the world would be a better place were he still here. We get to listen to Lennon on...
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George Marshall
Back to the Future: When Less Was More
Imagine reducing emissions by 80 per cent. It seems huge and daunting without a technological revolution. But imagine achieving that target just by turning the clock back to the time when emissions...
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David Sirota
Faces of Economic Death
If you've turned on the tube these last few weeks, you've probably been a collateral casualty of the biggest televisual war of attrition in recent memory. No, I'm not talking about the scripted...
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Robin McKie
After a Wasted Year, Climate Change Must Once Again Be Our Priority
On an observatory 11,000 feet high on Mauna Loa, a volcano in Hawaii, a pair of ageing, automated detectors have been churning out details about the make-up of our atmosphere for several decades...
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Harvey Wasserman
Another Astonishing Holiday No New Nukes Victory
The atomic energy industry has suffered another astonishing defeat. Because of it, 2010 again left the "nuclear renaissance" in the Dark Age that defines the technology. But an Armageddon-style...
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Afghan Youth Voices of Peace
'Dear Afghanistan': A New Year's Call for Peace
While the US may be the world’s single super power in military terms, it faces another super power: the voices of war-weary millions who detest violence and killing. In Afghanistan, in the United...
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