My Mind

  • Sep
    By Noah Smith, Bloomberg

    Blogger Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig recently wrote a long and thoughtful piece criticising the notion that online discussions should be civil. She then wrote a long and thoughtful follow-up

  • Sep

    The 19th and 20th centuries were very unkind to China. Through its own faults and through imperialistic designs of several European powers and of Japan the Middle Kingdom

  • Sep
    By Leonid Bershidsky

    On Tuesday, Apple established itself as the world’s biggest fashion company by releasing a smartwatch that is more about beauty and variety than about technology.
    I have been hard on

  • Sep
    By Hugo Dixon, Reuters

    Europe is currently conducting two stress tests. One is on its energy suppliers to see how badly they would fare if Russian gas was disrupted

  • Sep
    By Chris Morris

    It’s been a while since we’ve had a true ‘Apple moment’ at one of its press events. Tuesday’s expected introduction of the iPhone 6 (and possibly more) could end

  • Sep

    In the past 12 months I took two extensive road trips through Gujarat. The first was in October last year from Kuttch through Kathiyavaad to Vadodara; while

  • Sep

    Shale gas is natural gas that is found trapped within shale formations. The gas from shale formations has become an increasingly important source of natural gas in the US

  • Sep

    The half-life of election-related optimism concerning reformist zeal shortens by the month. A sharp reassessment of prime minister Modi’s reformist credentials has occurred after Indian diplomats vetoed the implementation