Alternative Energy — To the debate on nuclear energy, the Atlantic‘s Alex Madrigal adds a list of 25 recent, non-nuclear disasters.
Whose Revolution? — The Economist hosts a a lively digital debate on whether or not ‘Western’ countries should interfere in the Middle East.
Picking Up the Tab — The first day of Libyan air-strikes cost $100 million. Was it worth it? asks Robert Greenwald on AlertNet.
Remembrance — Let us not to forget the civilian victims of past ‘Allied’ air-strikes, urges Robert Fisk in an essay for the Independent.
Worth a Read — The New Yorker‘s Evan Osnos writes an elegantly elegiac piece on the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami.
Political Theories — Hugo Chavez says capitalism probably killed life on mars. Yes, really.