Bidisha Banerjee

Bidisha Banerjee is the San Francisco-based co-author of a forthcoming Yale Climate and Energy Institute/Centre for International Governance Innovation report on scenario planning for solar radiation management. She is collaborating on a geoengineering game and has written about geoengineering governance for Slate and the Stanford Journal of Law, Science, and Policy.

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Jan. 10 2006 6:38 PMJudging Alito
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Dec. 7 2005 6:33 PMDean's Unwinnable Argument
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Dec. 1 2005 6:11 PMStrategery for Victory
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Nov. 22 2005 4:45 PMBugging Sony
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Nov. 17 2005 6:36 PMPatriot Act Redux?
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Nov. 10 2005 6:27 PMJihad in Jordan
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Nov. 2 2005 5:44 PMReid Takes the Lead
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Oct. 27 2005 6:17 PMSupreme Failure
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Oct. 18 2005 6:36 PMGuilt-Free Stem Cells?
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Oct. 13 2005 5:38 PMTerror in the Caucasus
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Oct. 5 2005 12:47 PMNails in the Hammer's Coffin?
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Sept. 26 2005 7:35 AMMetering Rita
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Sept. 15 2005 7:34 PMA Slobbering Slugfest
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Sept. 16 2005 4:39 PMSaving San FranciscoThe New Republic on an eerily prescient FEMA list.
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Dec. 20 2005 6:38 PMA Shiite Triumph?
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Dec. 9 2005 5:00 PMSirius DoughHoward Stern's satellite radio megadeal.
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Nov. 30 2005 7:30 PMThe Roberts Court Takes on Abortion
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Nov. 23 2005 2:29 PMThe Competition's BrewingHow Dunkin' Donuts is going after Starbucks.
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Nov. 15 2005 7:02 PMSpecial, but Equal?
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Nov. 14 2005 12:23 PMCradle of TerrorWhy the violence is spreading from Iraq.
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Nov. 4 2005 4:14 PMJust Like Scalia, Only NiceWhy Samuel Alito is liberals' worst nightmare.
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Oct. 28 2005 6:32 PMHow Bush Can RecoverFirst, he needs a great Supreme Court nominee.
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Oct. 21 2005 6:31 PMCautious Optimism in IraqThe Economist analyzes the constitutional referendum.
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Oct. 14 2005 4:04 PMWhat Went Right In hindsight, the Katrina evacuation went better than expected.
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Oct. 7 2005 4:23 PMAll the President's HacksThe New Republic makes a list.
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Sept. 30 2005 3:58 PMPoland's Russia problemSelf-interest on the part of EU nations hurts the Poles.
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Sept. 23 2005 1:36 PMNot Over Over ThereWhat will it take to bring our troops home?
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