Наконец-то Марк Эймс, кажется, решил проблему с серверами, eXile теперь доступен. В последнем номере сразы две моих статьи.
Подколка для плюгавых нациков из балтийских стран:
Baltic Countries: Always Somebody’s Bitch
Over the past few weeks
surrounding the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the victory over Nazi
officials engaged in rather tortuous and silly rhetoric denying the
"occupation." Frankly, it's a pointless argument. If you're a small,
piddling principality in the vicinity of big serious powers, you get stomped,
period. You can call it "occupation," "domination,"
"vassalage." It does not change things much. You're just a freaking
doormat. You're told what to do, and are obliged to lick the big boots that
rule over you.
А так же на экономико-финансовую
тему, по поводу коллапса "Вашингтонского Консенуса":
There is a new book just out, by Paul Blustein, who wrote several books previously on the IMF and global finance. It is called And the Money Kept Rolling In (and Out): Wall Street, the IMF and the Bankrupting of Argentina. It describes mainly the events of 2001, culminating in the spectacular economic collapse there.
will probably not cause much of a sensation or even get noticed, especially
compared with yet another installation of dreary globo-slobber that just
congealed -- The World is Flat by Tom Friedman. And yet the events
described in Blustein's book were truly important ones.