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Will you be our plus one?

This summer a new social network was born. Such infants are typically suffocated in their cribs by the overwhelming competitive power of Facebook, but Google+ has survived several months already under the careful protection of its $40 billion mother, and

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From Spring ’11: On mere suspicion

We’ve just posted an online version from our Spring 2011 issue of Christopher Michaelsen’s critique of the United Nations Security Council’s sanctions regime, which has been used to target individuals and groups alleged by one or more states to be

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SCOPE, now in individually-wrapped packaging

*At least once a week I like to spend a few hours reading through the many bags of mail we get here at the North Pole, and I’ve noticed that amid all of the letters of praise and encouragement and

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Our Spring issue is here!

The Spring issue of SCOPE magazine is now available here, and contains fascinating essays on how the nineteenth-century’s culture of cranks has lessons for our Internet age, on how the UN Security Council’s counter-terrorism sanctions list violated fundamental rights when

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Coming soon: Spring 2011

No, not the season (although that would be nice): the next issue of SCOPE, in which are to be found essays on topics like the UN Security Council’s troubling policy conflict with the principles of human rights, the future of

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The new SCOPE is here! The new SCOPE is here!

Well, dear readers, we’ve finally made it. The first issue of SCOPE magazine is now out and available for free download here. Full of provocative thinkers and fabulous artists, it’s even better than we hoped. Please take a copy, read

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