Monday, September 21, 2009

Bits and Pieces - September 21, 2009

This is the last day for a while that the sun will be above the horizon longer than it is below in the Northern Hemisphere.

That piece by Dmitry Medvedev that has been discussed by numbers of people.

Roger Cohen makes some good points on NATO (many similar to mine). The last is the easiest to do. Now might be a good time. I hate it that I need no visa to visit Estonia, but my friends there need one to come here.

How to move half a ton of enriched uranium from Kazakhstan to the United States.

What made chess champion Bobby Fischer so bizarre?

The Guardian says that President Obama has rejected the first draft of the nuclear posture review.

Iran's Supreme Leader rejects nuclear weapons.

Iraq's internally diplaced people are still displaced.

Novgorod has been a city for 1150 years.

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