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Cycling in 1980s London

This fascinating video from the mid-80s found its way onto my radar recently, and it shocked me to discover that London has actually gone backwards in terms of cycling infrastructure since it was made. 227 more words


Sri Lanka: Balancing Ties Between China And The West

The country’s foreign policy has shifted significantly since the elections. Will that continue?

Read Here – The Diplomat

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shot at centerline

only people are out of sync

hardly a surprise

Inside the Waiting Room at the Lackawanna (DL&W) Terminal  in Hoboken NJ.

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Infrastructure and the Ability to Live Collectively

Infrastructure and the Ability to Live Collectively

For years we have been hearing how about the need to address our crumbling infrastructure, as our investment has shrunk from 3 percent of our gross domestic product in the early 1970’s to less than 1 percent today. 249 more words


China's Naval Plans For Djibouti: A Road, a Belt, Or A String of Pearls?

In the context of a growing rivalry between Beijing and Washington, Djibouti showcases that certain strategic points are underpinned by a zero-sum logic, where one power’s gain can only come at the other one’s loss. 27 more words

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Amtrak Crash: John Oliver's Brilliant Rant About Our Crumbling Infrastructure Seems More Prescient than Ever

The “Black box” has been found. “Soft track” and “speed” are being investigated. Congress debates still more cuts.

Originally posted by Janet Allon / AlterNet…

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