MARCH 2011

VOLUME 3 | ISSUE 3





The March 2011 Issue

The Editors






COLUMNS


OXFORD DIARY


The New Mohammedans

Faisal Devji




SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED


Sound Mapping: A Primer

Greg J. Smith



THE GREEN ZONE


Winning Those Hearts and Minds

Kenneth Payne



THE QUIET AMERICAN


Egypt and the Arab Awakening: What's Next?

Jon Western





THE AGENDA


AFGHAN WIRE


How To Provoke US Political Initiative

Alex Strick van Linschoten



BAD JOURNALIST


The Far End of the Maghreb, All Jazzed For Al Jazeera

Patricia Sauthoff



EPONYMOUS


Post Huffington: The New Venture Capital

Michael A. Innes



FAR EAST DISPATCH


Strange Bedfellows: China and the US in the Middle East

Kit Dawnay



NIR ROSEN


On Qat and the Revolution, Egypt, Islamism and Regional Alliances

Nir Rosen



SUBCONTINENTAL


Indian Steel: There May Well Be Blood

Eric Randolph







REVIEWS





ORIGINAL


Notes on Asymmetric War

Charli Carpenter



Response: Michael L. Gross






India, Pakistan and Democracy: Solving the Puzzle of Divergent Paths

H-Net



Getting It Wrong: Ten of the Greatest Misreported Stories in American Journalism

H-Net