Past Questions for December 2007


December 3, 2007

There's plenty of anxiety these days about immigration. From where you sit, how disruptive is it? Why? What should we do about it?


December 6, 2007

Does Hugo Chavez's defeat in Venezuela's constitutional referendum mean the beginning of the end for Latin American leftism? David Responds
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December 10, 2007

How is the world different if Iran DOESN'T have a nuclear weapons program, as the CIA now says? Should Iran be allowed to build a nuclear power program with no inspections or obstructions? David Responds


December 17, 2007

We're featuring six creative proposals for how to move forward on climate change after the Bali Conference, presented by the Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements. Which is most promising, and why? Read them below, then cast your vote or post a comment. THE PROPOSALS 1) For Fairness, Use Formulas 2) Make Kyoto Stronger 3) Create ‘Climate Clubs’ 4) Let Countries Handle It 5) Research More Flexible, Creative Solutions 6) Be Realistic CAST YOUR VOTE


December 21, 2007

The producers of the movie "The Kite Runner" had to evacuate three boy actors from Afghanistan because they were involved in a scene portraying homosexual rape. Who's at fault here: the movie producers who exposed the boys to danger, or the Afghan culture that threatens them?


December 24, 2007

Is Christmas a bigger event in your country than it was ten years ago? Is this a sign of Westernization or just commercialization?


December 27, 2007

After Benazir Bhutto's assassination on Thursday, what's next for Pakistan?


December 31, 2007

What was the biggest news story in your country in 2007, and why?

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