Pejman Yousefzadeh: January 2004 Archives

The Present and Future of Blogitics

Howard Dean has been widely considered to be this year's Internet candidate, and his blog and Web presence helped propel him to one of the major candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination. But his failure to win in Iowa... Read More

Oops, They Did It Again

The Blogosphere continues to effectively critique and correct Big Media's coverage on stories of the day. Consider the latest manifestation of this phenomenon in the coverage of Ron Suskind's The Price of Loyalty, which critiques the Bush Administration through... Read More

Natural Tremors, Political Temblors

The recent and horrifying humanitarian disaster in Iran -- which was brought about by an earthquake in the southeastern city of Bam -- has refocused attention on the country. Close to 30,00 have died as a result of the... Read More

Not Such Strange Bedfellows

Recently, Professor Michael Scott Doran, who specializes in Near Eastern studies at Princeton University, wrote this essay in Foreign Affairs on the domestic situation in Saudi Arabia. It included the following very interesting observation: . . . Radical Sunni... Read More

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