What We're Reading
What We're Reading
Ten WRM Recommendations for Understanding History

Check out these ten recommedations from WRM for understanding Anglo-American history and politics.

What We're Reading
Around the Web in Five Clicks

Your weekly surf around the web, curated by TAI staff.

What We're Reading
Around the Web in Six Clicks

Your weekly surf around the web, curated by TAI staff.

What We're Reading
Around the Web in 6 Clicks

Happy Saturday AI staff! Here’s what we’ve been reading this week:

1. Pillbilly wampum

2. Quick-refreshing underwear.

3. The rumors of Al Qaeda’s death are greatly exaggerated.

4. Then the burnings started.

5. “I don’t know what perversity impelled me to raise my hand.”

6. A solar quirk.

As always, use the comments to share your own links!

What We're Reading
Dependence, Deception, Defiance and Delusion

AI contributor Saim Saeed has been reading Husain Haqqani’s Magnificent Delusions, a scathing account of sixty years of US-Pakistan relations. It’s a good and worthy analysis of a complex history, but it ultimately excuses American policymakers too easily for some of their mistakes.

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