As part of an article examining national identity and whether a country has brand name recognition in the United States, Aussie writer Clive James touches on the Great White.
Doug Saunders asks why Canada can’t match the excellent street food of places such as Dhaka, Bangladesh, and speculates on how the points system for immigration may have crippled the development of such cuisine here.
When to use the word “terrorist” to describe either a person or group is a thorny journalistic issue. NYT public editor Clark Hoyt delves into this controversial question. From the NYT: To the consternation of many, The Times does not call Hamas a terrorist organization, though it sponsors acts of terror against Israel. Hamas was elected to govern Gaza. [...]