What We Read Today 30 January 2013

January 30th, 2013
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The top of today's reading list is a detailed data overview and analysis (over 200 years) for global public finance ......... and the last item is a research paper analyzing why the world needs government debt.

Follow up:

  • Mali crisis: French-led troops 'enter Timbuktu' (BBC News)  The French are slowly regaining control of the country for the elected government, but the rebels have destroyed valuable property including libraries containing ancient manuscripts up to 1,000 years old.
  • The Operator (Michael Spector, The New Yorker)  Is Dr. Oz doing more harm than good?


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