Tag: Open Thread
Open Thread, 2/17/2023, Brown Pundits
Nimrata Nikki Haley is running for President of the United States of American.
1) She’s a donor-class wet dream and a throwback to the pre-Trump Republican party. I don’t think this is going to work, but who knows?
2) It’s America, you do what you want, but not going to lie; Bobby Jindal was always a bit too unctuous in his urge to emphasize his American bonafides. Haley’s biography strikes me as more natural and relatable.
3) I think she may be tapped for VP on identity politics grounds by the Republican party. Interesting VP debate with Kamala Devi Harris.
Open Thread, 1/27/2023, Brown Pundits
Some stuff from my Substack: Genetic history with Chinese characteristics – How two Bronze-Age tribes became the world’s 1.3 billion Han (without even changing much genetically) and Venerable Ancestors: untangling the Chinese people’s hybrid Pleistocene origins origins – More than 40,000 years of human evolution in East Asia. I’ve written more about India because it’s super genetically variable, unlike China. But China has more written history.
Also, if anyone wants to know what I’ve been doing with most of my time the last few years, I founded a tech startup, GenRAIT.
Open Thread, 1/6/2022, Brown Pundits
Open Thread, 12/9/2022, Brown Pundits
Open Thread – 11/15/2022 – Brown Pundits
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Open Thread – 10/14/2022 – Brown Pundits
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This blog is more than ten years old. When it began it was mostly “Diasporic,” but now it’s mostly a subcontinental focused blog.
Open Thread – 09/09/2022 – Brown Pundits
Open Thread – 08/12/2022 – Brown Pundits
Google’s Caste-Bias Problem – A talk about bigotry was cancelled amid accusations of reverse discrimination. Whom was the company trying to protect? Expect Becky to be lecturing you on your caste privilege soon!
The flip side of globalization
It’s Bangladesh after Sri Lanka: Protests erupt over 52% fuel price hike:
Following the tragic situation in Sri Lanka, thousands of demonstrators flocked to the streets in many Bangladeshi cities when the Sheikh Hasina administration raised fuel prices to their highest level since the neighbouring nation’s independence by about 52%.
Global supply shocks due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The US and other developed nations will do fine, but small developing nations, not so much.