Econintersect: Every day our editors collect the most interesting things they find from around the internet and present a summary “reading list” which will include very brief summaries (and sometimes longer ones) of why each item has gotten our attention. Suggestions from readers for “reading list” items are gratefully reviewed, although sometimes space limits the number included. Today we have replaced our special news section on Ferguson with a new topic: Scotland Independence Vote.
- World’s First Three-Dimensional Printed Car Made in Chicago (Julia Pyper and ClimateWire, Scientific American) Will there be a 3-D printer in the trunk for on-the-road repair and replacement parts?
- Apple’s Moat Just Got a Lot Wider (Vitaliy Katsenelson, Institutional Investor) A very thorough review of what the latest product announcements mean for Apple. At the end he says: “As an investor, I feel better about Apple than I did last week.” See also GEI News and GEI Investing.
- The Way We Were (Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy) Just 20 years ago the United States was a beloved superpower with a solid economy and faced virtually no hostile threats. But that’s all gone to hell. Walt reviews and gives details of 20 years of blunders.
- Recent articles about Scotland Independence Vote:
On the Disintegration of Britain (John Aziz, Pieria)
Scots Independence Race Tightens Six Days Before Ballot (Robert Hutton, Bloomberg Businessweek)
Scotland’s ‘Borderers’ steadfast for ‘No’ (Al Jazeera)
- Articles about wars elsewhere in the world:
Palestine: Political Realities in an Explosive Region (Worldpress.org)
Syria warns against foreign military action (Al Jazeera)
Arabs Give Tepid Support to U.S. Fight Against ISIS (The New York Times)
Viewpoints: Iraq Battles Multiple Crises (Worldpress.org)
Ukraine President Says Truce Is Growing Stronger (The New York Times)
Escape From Gorlivka (Foreign Policy)
U.S. and European Sanctions Take Aim at Putin’s Economic Efforts (The New York Times)
Russia Weighs Response as U.S., EU Expand Sanctions (Bloomberg Businessweek)
Viewpoints: Ukraine’s East-West Tug-of-War (Worldpress.org)
Meet the Badass Women Fighting the Islamic State (Foreign Policy)
Leaders talk peace, some Ukrainians contemplate guerrilla war (Anthony Faiola, The Washington Post)
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