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Deborah Esch · March, 2011

Professor at University of Toronto, with previous appointments at Princeton and Stanford Universities. Author of ‘The Brevity of Life’ (2010) and ‘In the Event: Reading Journalism, Reading Theory’ (1999). Currently blogs at besovereign.wordpress.com and microblogs @bsovereign.

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Latest posts by Deborah Esch from March, 2011

Mexico: U.S. Drones Gather Intelligence on Drug Cartels

A story first reported on March 15 by The New York Times has garnered strong responses from Mexican netizens based at home and abroad. Citing American and Mexican officials, the...

Mexico and Afghanistan Border Conflicts Juxtaposed

Netizens are responding to several reports that juxtapose the violence in the Mexico/US border with the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan and its border with Pakistan. Though uncoordinated and apparently disparate,...

Mexico: Subcomandante Marcos on President Calderon's “War from above”

On February 14, 2011, the website enlaceZapatista published "About the Wars: A Fragment of the First Letter from Subcomandante Marcos to Don Luis Villoro, beginning the correspondence about Ethics and...

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