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Water and the 57

   This chapter investigates relationships between public transit, urban development, and natural water systems in the East Bay. Through sociological, historical, and cartographic research I explore: 2,514 more words

It's Humanitarian Intervention, not Interference

May 19, 2015

Phnom Penh

It is Humanitarian Intervention, Not Interference

In this commentary on Ms. Khoo’s article I take the view that ASEAN’s non-interference principle can be reviewed in the context of regional concerns about human rights, human trafficking and security.Times have have changed. 1,380 more words


Regional Music (and) Geography 101

Now that it’s the summertime (academically, at least), I have a little bit of time to clean house and post some material that I’ve been gathering for the past few months. 748 more words

Music, Memory, And Place

A Series of Strategic Responses to the Tory Majority, no.7

The greatest barrier to effective working-class and radical social action is the gradual nature of capitalist change inbetween instances of naked repression and sudden shifts – we don’t see what happens in the corporate sector which runs our government because it is largely accepted that it is ‘private’.   721 more words

Political Theory

Regionalism Un-Checked is the Monster Under Our Beds!

“Americans who love freedom, the Constitution and the Judeo-Christian values upon which this country was founded will have to get busy – and quick – if those principles are to survive over the long term. 584 more words


Tanimomo's Piece of Mind (TPoM): Three-And-A-Half Thoughts

Many thoughts on my mind, all seeking for attention, I will develop them into something more elaborate in the future, but in the meantime, these thoughts outdid others. 652 more words


Advantages of a Regional Water & Sewer District

Ever since the Northwestern Water & Sewer District was formed in 1994, I’ve been asked many times to explain the advantages of a regional water and sewer district. 819 more words