lunes, 24 de marzo de 2008

Recomendaciones de lectura

Textos variados que me parecen buenos por razones diversas. Saludos.

ENTREVISTA: Fútbol internacional MARCELLO LIPPI Campeón del mundo como seleccionador de Italia en 2006. "El 'catenaccio' no existe"

David Mamet: Why I Am No Longer a 'Brain-Dead Liberal'. An election-season essay by David Mamet. March 11th, 2008,374064,374064,1.html/full

De Robin Hood a Pablo Escobar
Los movimientos guerrilleros latinoamericanos surgieron frente a las dictaduras. Cuatro decadas después, el panorama político cambió. En la actualidad, las FARC colombianas se han convertido en una narcoguerrilla

Why Did We Get It Wrong?
Five years on, "liberal hawks" consider their support for the Iraq war.
To mark the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, Slate has asked a number of writers who originally supported the war to answer the question, "Why did we get it wrong?" We have invited contributions from the best-known "liberal hawks"—and others—many of whom participated in two previous Slate debates about the war, the first before it began in fall of 2002, the second in early 2004.

1 comentario:

Anónimo dijo...

Buena broma, la sugerencia de leer Mamet! His piece is atrocious. It serves only as a confession that his extremely thin, dogmatic thinking from one side of the political spectrum has been replaced by the superficial dogmatism of the other side. Pure resentment toward Upper West Side liberalism (in the US sense of liberal), as if that's the kind that's politically relevant.