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LRB: The Purpose of Judicial Review
Was the case against Sir Edgar Speyer without legal basis?

TLS calls for recognition for Sir Edgar Speyer at this year's Proms
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Samar Yazbek in the Washington Post

Samar Yazbek in the Washington Post
'Refusing to play Assad's Sectarian Games in Syria' - David Ignatius writes about Samar Yazbek as the public face of the Syrian opposition movement.

'What moved me most about Yazbek was when she voiced her fear that secular revolutionaries like her — who refuse to play the sectarian game — are...

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Samar Yazbek at the National Press Club in Washington

Samar Yazbek at the National Press Club in Washington
The author of 'A Woman in the Crossfire' is interviewed at the National Press Club, as part of its Newsmaker Program on the Syrian uprising.

'Samar Yazbek began by stating ...

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PEN Atlas dispatch from Samar Yazbek

PEN Atlas dispatch from Samar Yazbek
The author of 'A Woman in the Crossfire' writes about the struggle of reporting the truth in Syria and the often fatal consequences.

'The Syrian people report the event alongside death, not from on high, never from below: they proceed side by side with death. Our young men move...

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Samar Yazbek reports from Saraqib, Syria: 'It was not yet 5 on Tuesday morning. I was lying on one side of the bed and the two little girls I was...

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