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  • "The Speakers for the Dead are really quite innocuous" they set up no rival organization, they perform no sacraments, they don't even claim that the Hive Queen and the Hegemon is a work of scripture.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Obama's America: A New and Improved 'Hegemon' - Rzeczpospolita, Poland

    The Moderate Voice

  • Obama's America: A New and Improved 'Hegemon' - Rzeczpospolita, Poland

    The Moderate Voice

  • Obama's America: A New and Improved 'Hegemon' - Rzeczpospolita, Poland

    The Moderate Voice

  • Obama's America: A New and Improved 'Hegemon' - Rzeczpospolita, Poland

    The Moderate Voice

  • His brother Peter is the "Hegemon," albeit a hegemon without a hegemony over much of anything, let alone the complex and fragmented geopolitics of the world Ender left behind.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • The cheers for the supposedly fading Americans amount to an enthusiastic welcome for the new "Hegemon".

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

  • A lesson from the Past: the US support for the 'democratic' governments of: Batista; Pinochet; Saddam; Marcos; Suharto; Musharraf; Shah Pahlavi; ... who all clearly had the best interests of our favorite Global Hegemon vs their 'citizens'.

    Bush Says No to Space Cooperation With China - Update - NASA Watch

  • Let me know when "Othering the Hegemon: Antiphallic Blogging and the Aesthetics of Identity Confusion" reaches the pages of Social Text, can't wait to read it, y'know.

    Polls Show Close Races In North And South Carolina

  • I found this excellent Bill Maher rant at the Rising Hegemon.

    Archive 2007-03-01

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