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you know, things written in English create more waves. You can say what you think, as long (practically) no-one listens. I'm not justifying the hidding of information; just pointing that it exists.
by findmeaDoorIntoSummer on Mon Feb 18th, 2008 at 06:38:13 PM EST
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I have a conservative friend who works at an American think tank. He always reads Limes for the quality and diversity of contributers. He considers it better than Foreign Affairs. Limes looks at the world from a non-American viewpoint. And its focus issues invariably have top-notch contributions from the nations put under scrutiny.
by de Gondi (publiobestia aaaatttthotmaildaughtusual) on Tue Feb 19th, 2008 at 08:42:12 AM EST
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You know, there is no substitute to the knowledge of foreign languages. Dominate a language is the highest intellectual achievement of most of us. After all, languages are the framework for the construction of thoughts, not sentences.

the reason why one may forget to read italian-based strategic thinkers is behaviours like this (from Dedefensa, again not in english). when things like this are an everyday event in your own country, you don't go seek them elsewhere; you try escape from them. ("you" here means many people, including me).
Don't you appreciate the depth of studien-von-zeitfragen?

by findmeaDoorIntoSummer on Tue Feb 19th, 2008 at 12:23:34 PM EST
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