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http://www.newstatesman.com/ 
Irreverent, beautifully written and witty, the New Statesman is the essential read for bright thinkers everywhere. It is Britain’s leading, best written and most authoritative weekly political, cultural and current affairs magazine. “Our contributors are worldly, thoughtful, curious and demanding and the best in their fields. Their wit, humour and good judgement mean the New Statesman is that rare treat - a really good and intelligent read”

BEST OF WEB:Bodley Head
By Hedley Twidle
A winning piece written by a South African academic working in the shadow of the Booker-winning author

“Ten years later, I find myself a lecturer at the English Department of the University of Cape Town, in the very corridors where Coetzee taught and wrote for so many years. His pigeonhole lingers on, even though he has long since left for Australia, living out his eminent life under the bluegums near Adelaide. There are Coetzee seminars and study groups, Coetzee research clusters and Coetzee collectives. There are posters of him tacked on to doors: Malan’s “crocodile-eyed genius” stares out from New York Review of Books caricatures and the occasional photographic portrait: the small mouth, the handsome, slightly lopsided face.”
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Gene Sharp: The Machiavelli of non-violence
In a long life of scholarship and dissent, Gene Sharp has been imprisoned and persecuted, but never silenced. His ideas continue to inspire resistance movements across the world.
BY JOHN-PAUL FLINTOFF

“The challenge is not delivered in glittering prose. Sharp’s work impresses because of its thoroughness, and its sheer bulk. Professor Thomas Schelling, who won a Nobel Prize in 2005 for his work on game theory, tells me that when they first met in Oslo in the 1960s Sharp gave him “about 800 pages of a manuscript to read on airplanes back to London and back to the US”. Schelling offered Sharp a job at Harvard, partly, he told me, in order that Sharp could shorten the manuscript. In fact, he made it longer.”
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http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/your-democracy/2013/01/gene-sharp-machiavelli-non-violence

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