Inigo Thomas

Inigo Thomas lives in London. He writes for theLondon Review of Books.

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Dec. 21 2001 11:47 AMWhich medal to give the heroes of 9/11?
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Dec. 19 2001 5:55 PMIs Giuliani responsible for New York's crime rate?
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Dec. 17 2001 3:33 PMWhat should the media be talking about these days?
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Dec. 12 2001 2:08 PMFood: the new pornography.
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Dec. 10 2001 12:50 PMStrangers on a train.
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Nov. 29 2001 3:34 PMMemories of a massacre.
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Nov. 27 2001 6:25 PMNoam Chomsky's take on Afghanistan.
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Nov. 20 2001 1:53 PMJudge Garcon rules against al-Qaida.
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Nov. 15 2001 12:28 PMMullah Omar's idea of moderation.
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Nov. 13 2001 4:18 PMGeese and airplanes.
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Nov. 6 2001 1:47 PMBuried Messages  
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Nov. 1 2001 4:50 PMHaunted Fears 
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Oct. 30 2001 2:58 PMThe Apotheosis of Postmodernity? 
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Oct. 25 2001 3:05 PMMartha Stewart's War  
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Oct. 23 2001 2:19 PMShould Afghanistan Exist?
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Dec. 20 2001 3:54 PMUgly remarks overheard at a party.
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Dec. 18 2001 12:51 PMAttacking Iraq?
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Dec. 14 2001 12:46 PMStupidity, squared.
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Dec. 11 2001 2:55 PMThe neglected magic of radio.
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Nov. 30 2001 1:03 PMAre you wobbly about the war?
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Nov. 28 2001 12:40 PMIs it OK to torture?
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Nov. 21 2001 12:38 PMRewarding the OBL snitch.
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Nov. 19 2001 3:34 PMA tense conversation in Kundoz.
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Nov. 14 2001 3:05 PMPakistan's arrogance.
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Nov. 7 2001 1:23 PMWhy Lingua Franca Matters 
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Nov. 5 2001 3:19 PMAfghanistan's Weather Forecast  
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Oct. 31 2001 2:18 PMEradicating Cancer Cells With a Blowtorch 
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Oct. 29 2001 8:41 PMWhat Bin Laden Wants and What He's Getting 
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Oct. 24 2001 10:59 PMJames Woolsey's Campaign?  
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Oct. 24 2001 10:52 PMQuestions for Walter Isaacson 

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