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As to 4. If you change the perspective, the question might as well be: Does cultural similarity encourage trade? It probably should. And anyway, isn't it strange to call lower levels of trade or no trade at all an "economic clash". If the analogy put forward in the paper were true, few and worse no hostilities would be a "military clash".

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For the next edition of assorted links (or, better, for a full post giving your own opinion), may I refer you to the brouhaha currently bubbling on EJMR regarding the perceived unfairness and lack of representativeness of AEA elections? It was stirred up by a recent post on Economic Logic.

Some references:
http://economiclogic.blogspot.com/2012/08/aea-more-of-same.html
http://www.econjobrumors.com/topic/aea-voting
http://www.econjobrumors.com/topic/burge-for-president
http://www.econjobrumors.com/topic/burge-for-aea-kirk-can-you-sticky-this

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Don't be fooled by no. 2: If women in Iran walked around like this, they be picked up by the "morality police" and warned, fined, arrested, beaten or worse.

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