Nightcap

  1. Murray Rothbard on reparations for slavery Jeff Deist, Power & Market
  2. Outstanding analysis of Israeli politics Michael Koplow, Ottomans & Zionists
  3. My book was arrested but I am free” Victor Sebestyen, New Statesman
  4. Breakfast has resisted globalization, until now Josie Delap, 1843

Nightcap

  1. And?
  2. Should he?
  3. Can globalization be reversed? (II) John Quiggin, Crooked Timber
  4. Buchanan and de Jasay David Gordon, Modern Age

Nightcap

  1. Espionage and the Catholic Church Aaron Bateman, War on the Rocks
  2. Can globalization be reversed? John Quiggin, Crooked Timber
  3. Getting rich is glorious (scroll down) Pierre Lemieux, Regulation
  4. Africa’s lost kingdoms Howard French, New York Review of Books

Nightcap

  1. What does the word “liberal” mean? Nathan Schlueter, Law & Liberty
  2. Shadows and lights of globalization Branko Milanovic, globalinequality
  3. How countries use passports as a geopolitical tool Krishnadev Calamur, the Atlantic
  4. China’s struggle for India’s ocean Francis Sempa, Asian Review of Books

Nightcap

  1. Brexit and the battle for sovereignty Alex Massie, CapX
  2. Japanese media and its foreigners Elanor Sezer, Japan Times
  3. The most original novelist in America Laura Miller, Slate
  4. The Englishman who saved Japan’s cherry blossoms Claire Hazelton, Spectator

Nightcap

  1. That time Russians explored the world via flotilla Yelena Furman, Los Angeles Review of Books
  2. The origins of globalisation can be found in the deep past Daniel Lord Smail, History Today
  3. What it’s like to be a lawyer for the New York Times Preet Bharara, New York Times
  4. Capitalists, not socialists, pose the greatest threat to capitalism Randall Holcombe, the Hill

Afternoon Tea: The waterfall of Amida behind the Kiso Road (1827)

From the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai:

nol art hokusai the waterfall of amida behind the kiso road 1827
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