Most viewed entries

This is interesting. It brings back a lot of memories.

2004’s 20 most viewed entries:

1. Sturm, Drang and Laetitia Casta?s breasts – or – Why France bashing is a feminist issue by Scott Martens
2. Ukranian update by Nick
3. Al Quaida, a Learning Organisation? by Tobias Schwarz
4. Daniel Pipes on Tariq Ramadan: Why French literacy still matters by Scott Martens
5. Hannah Arendt: The Banality of Evil by Norman Geras
6. At least no one can accuse me of being knee-jerk pro-French by Scott Martens
7. Nudity. by Tobias Schwarz
8. The headscarf: Radical Islam?s greatest secret weapon by Scott Martens
9. Sprach und Sommertheater – German spelling reform and linguistic ignorance by Scott Martens
10. Ukraine roundup by Nick
11. Sex and the Singapore Issues by Edward
12. Interpreting Spain?s Election Results by Edward
13. German Is Getting Sexy Again. Again. by Tobias Schwarz
14. Announcing The First European Weblog Awards by David
15. France and the Headscarf: Now the real fighting starts by Scott Martens
16. Cyprus Referendum: A Win-Win Strategy? by Edward
17. Ukraine on your doorstep by Nick
18. A New European by Doug Merrill
19. Swiss Muslim scholar unwelcome in US by Scott Martens
20. Cyprus says ?Yes? and ?No? by Nick

2003’s 12 most viewed entries:

1. The World in 1856 by Matt
2. German Is Getting Sexy Again. Again. by Tobias Schwarz
3. Sturm, Drang and Laetitia Casta?s breasts – or – Why France bashing is a feminist issue by Scott Martens
4. Europe as an economic irrelevancy by Matt
5. Anna Lindh stabbed by David
6. Mark Steyn is on crack by Nick
7. France to be the fourth nation in space by Scott Martens
8. Anna Lindh 1957-2003 by David
9. Papists Under The Bed by Iain J Coleman
10. Privatisation and Market Imperfection by Edward
11. Immigration: Europe?s Difficult and Perplexing Road to Reform by Edward
12. Anti-semitism take three by David

4 thoughts on “Most viewed entries

  1. It’s sobering, if unsurprising, to realise that the number of people interested in insightful political thought is lower than the number of onanists who Google for “Laetitia Casta’s breasts” and click “I’m feeling lucky” instead of “Search”.