ICC case against Kenya’s deputy PM proceeds despite claim that witness lied [Guardian »] But the case seems likely to be dropped against Kenyatta as the ICC had acted in bad faith, continuing proceedings on false evidence.
Intervention: the US won’t, Europe can’t [The FT »] Comment: Europeans have caught the bug just as the US has shaken it off – but they lack the means.
The Risk Ownership Society [Dissent »] We both celebrate and blame ‘risk takers’, and the contradiction is a central theme in Jonathan Levy’s new book.
World’s Most Profitable Banks in Indonesia Double U.S. Returns [Bloomberg »] Indonesian lenders are the most profitable among the 20 biggest economies in the world, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Fast food in China [The Economist »] KFC’s owner, Yum!, saw sales fall by 41% in China after CCTV claimed that the chicken was stuffed with excessive antibiotics.
A byte to eat in the Valley [The FT »] Food entrepreneurs are giving canteens at the offices of Goggle and Twitter free samples to market their new products.
Inside North Korea: tourist photos of Pyongyang and the surrounding area [Telegraph »] Swedish photographer Björn Bergman spent nine days in North Korea capturing the life of locals.