Constraining iCalifornia

I don’t know exactly what a redesigned iCalifornia will look like, but I do know some of the attributes such a design must have: Read the rest of this entry »

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Rethinking iCalifornia

I just got back from the reThinkCali.com. While I admire their humility and energy in wanting to engage Californians in solving our governance problems, I fear they are going about it the wrong way.
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Madeleine Albright, on Democracy

[Originally posted on May 8, 2006]
An impressive speech at Princeton (hat tip to Winds of Change) with a nice 14-point summary of what it means to realistically promote our ideal of democracy:
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Pundita’s Parting Shots on Democracy

My friend, foreign policy blogger Pundita, is
hanging up her keyboard. 😦 Well, maybe not
complete retirement, but certainly moving away from a daily format, for reasons
I completely understand.

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Pundita on “Glopism” – a new form of Anti-Government

My friend Pundita had a delightful film-noir take on Chinese politics, apparently
in homage to the old radio drama “Broadway’s my beat.” Read the rest of this entry »


Pundita on the need to Re-Invent Socialism

While Centroids is busy Re-Inventing Capitalism, Pundita posts a
scatching critique of European socialism. Read the rest of this entry »


The Politics of Legitimate Governance

An Open Letter to the Membership Committee of the Open Source
Initiative
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