Visual Thinking:
The flawed cartographer

Catherine O’Flynn

Sometime after the First Gulf War, I heard on the news that sixty-three per cent of young Americans could not identify Iraq on a map of the world. I could tell by the way that the presenter spoke that this was something bad: more evidence that Americans were silly. I spent a moment thinking where Ir…


Can Cambodia recover from its past?
In Gikuyu, for Gikuyu, of Gikuyu