Syria : the bad old good old days

 An interesting argument is brewing over on The Spectator blog, between Nick Cohen and the always readable Matthew Teller. It started off as a rant against travel guidebooks, Lonely Planet in (...)

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 21/08/2012

Syria : the bad old good old days

 An interesting argument is brewing over on The Spectator blog, between Nick Cohen and the always readable Matthew Teller. It started off as a rant against travel guidebooks, Lonely Planet in (...)

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