Thursday, 10 May 2012

Thursday 10th May

Fed Foe Ron Paul Breakfasts With Bernanke at Central Bank - Real Time Economics - WSJ {}

FT Alphaville » A tipping point in eurozone crisis talk {}

AFP: China warns citizens as row with Philippines escalates {}

BBC News - Ferrari sorry after car damages Nanjing city wall {}

Ai Weiwei: Artistic licence | The Economist {}

Spain nationalises Bankia as euro crisis escalates - Telegraph {}

Who Wants to Buy Honduras? -
Shortly after the 2009 coup that overthrew Manuel Zelaya, Honduras’s newly elected president, Porfirio Lobo, asked his aides to think big, really big. How could Honduras, the original banana republic, reform a political and economic system that kept nearly two-thirds of its people in grim poverty? 
And the TED talk that inspired the idea

East Asia's top 5 island disputes - 
East Asia is home to several territorial disputes, which occasionally escalate into regional violence. Many of the island territories are small, isolated from the countries’ mainlands, and sparsely populated. But strategic interests and abundant natural resources make them valuable. Here are five of East Asia’s flashpoints:

BBC News - Prince Charles turns BBC Scotland weatherman

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