Monthly Archives: August 2014

Change Is a Constant, Road Race is Too

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reprinted from the Martha’s Vineyard Gazette, Friday 15 August 2014 I ran the Chilmark Road Race again this year, and like every year, I made the same joke at the start: “I don’t care how I do, as long as …

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Why Are The Tribunal Verdicts Important?

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This morning brought the news that finally, after eight years, the final two verdicts of Guilty have been made in the UN’s Tribunal to bring the Khmer Rouge to account for the atrocities they committed against their own people nearly …

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