new links.

1. Alanna Shaikh introduces an interesting new blog, The Big Push. Recent posts include a well-versed criticism of William Easterly’s sometimes useless Aid Watch blog.

2. I am a bit behind on this one but, High-speed wireless in Afghanistan built from garbage.

3. A great post on another type of brain drain, the Internal Brain Drain.

4. And Aid Watch defends itself. However, Easterly forgets to acknowledge that his blog offers little useful or inspiring information between low shots. Hopefully this changes.

About Siena Anstis

Siena holds a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Civil Laws from McGill University and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Anthropology from Concordia University. She is a former legal intern in the Appeals Division of the Office of the Prosecutor at the ICTY and summer litigation associate with Morrison & Foerster in New York. She has worked in human rights law, international development, and freelance journalism in Cambodia, Kenya, Uganda, Syria and Kosovo. In August 2014, Siena will begin a clerkship at the Court of Appeal for Ontario. In 2015, she will clerk for Justice Cromwell at the Supreme Court of Canada.
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