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We noticed that many of you are faithful subscribers to Current Intelligence magazine's monthly columns, and thought you might also like to keep up with some of our fantastic daily and weekly blogs. We've linked them here for ease of reference, along with short descriptions of each. Enjoy.


The Editors


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READBOOK: a daily trawl of web content noteworthy, tl;dr (that's "too long, didn't read"), and below the fold. Published Monday through Friday.


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ADVANCE COPY: John Matthew Barlow's blog on books, with some music thrown in for good measure. It includes twice-weekly round-ups (on Mondays and Thursdays) of all the book, reviews and publishing news that's fit to print.


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AFGHAN WIRE: Kandahar-based writer and researcher Alex Strick van Linschoten's blog on... Afghanistan. Not to be missed.


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BAD JOURNALIST: Patricia Sauthoff has just taken over the mantle of this blog, which focuses on international politics, media criticism, and pop culture. She's an American journalist, recently relocated to London from New Mexico to pursue graduate studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies.


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EPONYMOUS: notes on everything, from CI's Editor-in-Chief.


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FAR EAST DISPATCH: Kit Dawnay is Current Intelligence magazine's Far East Correspondent, based in Hong Kong. He writes regularly  on China, its neighbours, and their issues. 


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GULF STREAM: Dr. Christopher Davidson, Reader in Middle East Politics at Durham University and author of numerous books, blogs weekly on politics, business and intrigue in the Persian Gulf.


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SUBCONTINENTAL: New Delhi-based journalist Eric Randolph, on India, its neighbours, and its Maoist insurgency.


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