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I’ve been home from Syria for ten days, and pathetically, I have only written one blog post. I’ve been busy, you see – looking for a new apartment, catching up on work, being human…and absorbing. Since Prague, I haven’t traveled anywhere personally significant, and even Prague, even the city of a thousand spires, didn’t meet […]

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Morocco: Disappearing the Amazigh

So it looks like the Moroccans are at it again. Instead of just letting people be who they are, the government is still going on about their naming laws. In other words, if you want to give your child an Amazigh (Berber) name, tough luck. Moroccan human rights groups recently proposed a list of Amazigh […]

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GV Summit: Day One: AWESOME!

That’s just a tiny modification to the title of my post on the GV Summit site. Day One was quite awesome, despite the fact that I, as per usual, lost the ability to pay attention near the end of the day. Unfortunately, I was right up front, so I couldn’t just potter off for a […]