How the war on drugs was lost (and what Spain did well)

The academic journal ‘Criminology & Public Policy’ has just published a study that will have to talk. It is a small revision of the last half century of war against drugs from a crucial moment in American history, in which, under the presidency of the Democrat Lyndon Johnson, a group…

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The godmothers of war: the hope of the soldiers in the front

During the Spanish Civil War this phenomenon was also attended to, although not in the same way in one side as in the other. In the Republican case, women contributed to the war effort to the same extent as their male counterparts. They presented themselves voluntarily to fight, and did…

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Syria the smile of victory

The smile of victory: history will say that #SyrianArtmy has crushed hundreds of thousands of terrorists backed by #USES , #UK , #France , #KSA #Qatar Y #Israel

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Brothers and Enemies Petrovic and Divac [Documentary]

“Once brothers, an original piece by Vlade Divac.” tells the story of the Basketball National Team of Yugoslavia, with the historical background of the rupture of the Federal Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia in the 90s and the friendship of brothers developed by the Yugoslav Vlade Divac (of Serbia) and Dražen…

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At least 23 dead in Israeli attacks in Syria

At least 23 troops loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad were killed in Israeli attacks last night against Iranian and Hezbollah positions in Syria, the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights reported on Monday. Among those killed are 5 members of regular Syrian forces, including an officer, and another 18 Syrian…

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How likely is it that Iran and Saudi Arabia will end up in a war

When Barack Obama decided to sign the nuclear agreement with Iran he did so by aligning three crucial agents against him: the Republican opposition, Israel and Saudi Arabia. Each had his reasons to be suspicious of a negotiation that nullified Iran’s long isolation in the international sphere. For the Republicans…

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Meanwhile in Greece … [EN]

Less than a week after the Greek government sent additional police forces to reinforce its border with Turkey as fears about a sharp increase in the number of refugees and immigrants crossing the border increase, The Guardian newspaper reports that the Prime Minister Greek Alexis Tsipras faced citizen protests on…

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The shameful bias of the Francoist press during World War II

The control of Franco over the Spanish press knew its most shameful stage during the postwar period and especially in relation to the great warlike conflict that was lived in the world. Charles Foltz was an Associated Press correspondent in Spain at the time and recorded the pathetic situation in…

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The shameful bias of the Francoist press during World War II

The control of Franco over the Spanish press knew its most shameful stage during the postwar period and especially in relation to the great warlike conflict that was lived in the world. Charles Foltz was an Associated Press correspondent in Spain at the time and recorded the pathetic situation in…

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