Ed Finn

Ed Finn is the director of the Center for Science and the Imagination and an assistant professor in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering and the Department of English at Arizona State University.

International Papers
March 25 2004 12:45 PMTaipei Two-StepTaiwan's presidential election is positively Floridian.
International Papers
Feb. 6 2004 6:20 PMThe Fallout From the Fall-OutWho's sorrier: Janet Jackson or Abdul Qadeer Khan?
International Papers
Jan. 23 2004 4:44 PMBushwhackingThe State of the Union gets a frosty reception abroad.
International Papers
Dec. 19 2003 5:35 PMAnother Brick in the WallSharon threatens complete separation between Israel and Palestinians.
Dec. 12 2003 12:51 PMWhy No More Flu Vaccine?For one thing, there's a shortage of chicken eggs.
International Papers
Nov. 21 2003 6:14 PMBlush and BlareThe president visits Britain.
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Nov. 7 2003 6:51 PMQueen of ColomboSri Lanka, a state in emergency.
International Papers
Oct. 24 2003 5:44 PMWill Iran's nuke program go legit?
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Oct. 10 2003 5:56 PMGujarat's tangled justices.
International Papers
Oct. 3 2003 6:03 PMChechnya's sham elections.
International Papers
Sept. 25 2003 5:52 PMBush's wasted U.N. efforts.
Sept. 23 2003 4:13 PMWhat exactly is a "stalking horse"?
International Papers
Sept. 12 2003 4:05 PMWill Israel kill Yasser Arafat?
Sept. 10 2003 5:51 PMWhy can Slip'n Slide's makers sue over Dickie Roberts?
International Papers
Aug. 29 2003 4:03 PMNorth Korea's strange summit.
International Papers
Feb. 20 2004 12:18 PMUnhip, Unhip Al HurraThe Middle East hates its new TV station.
Feb. 4 2004 1:20 PMGrand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Husaini SistaniWhy we'd better listen to Iraq's influential cleric.
International Papers
Jan. 9 2004 5:45 PMTurning Kashmir Into BelgiumIndia and Pakistan's new peace initiative.
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Dec. 12 2003 6:57 PMNo Soup for EUEurope howls over Iraqi reconstruction contracts.
International Papers
Dec. 5 2003 6:28 PMOut of AfricaMugabe tries to break up the Commonwealth.
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Nov. 14 2003 6:35 PMIraqificationWill Bush leave Baghdad at the altar?
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Oct. 31 2003 5:10 PMMove Over, MahathirMalaysia's firebrand PM retires.
International Papers
Oct. 17 2003 4:41 PMChina's space program makes a great leap forward.
Oct. 6 2003 7:22 PMHow do you train a tiger?
Sept. 30 2003 3:38 PMHow deep is CIA cover?
Ballot Box
Sept. 24 2003 5:27 PMThe Gaffes of Carol Moseley BraunHer most embarrassing quotes, in context.
International Papers
Sept. 19 2003 6:57 PMNukes for Tehran—and Riyadh?
Sept. 11 2003 7:37 PMIs it easier to bust a doctor than a terrorist?
International Papers
Sept. 5 2003 4:53 PMBurma's Nobel hunger strike.
International Papers
Aug. 22 2003 6:45 PMDeath of a Cease-FireIsrael and Palestine lurch back into violence.



Medical Examiner

The Most Terrifying Thing About Ebola 

The disease threatens humanity by preying on humanity.

I Bought the Huge iPhone. I’m Already Thinking of Returning It.

Scotland Is Just the Beginning. Expect More Political Earthquakes in Europe.

Students Aren’t Going to College Football Games as Much Anymore

And schools are getting worried.

Two Damn Good, Very Different Movies About Soldiers Returning From War

The XX Factor

Lifetime Didn’t Think the Steubenville Rape Case Was Dramatic Enough

So they added a little self-immolation.


Blacks Don’t Have a Corporal Punishment Problem

Americans do. But when blacks exhibit the same behaviors as others, it becomes part of a greater black pathology. 

Why a Sketch of Chelsea Manning Is Stirring Up Controversy

How Worried Should Poland, the Baltic States, and Georgia Be About a Russian Invasion?

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