Burma’s Military in a Political Hole.

Photo by Michael Pfister on Unsplash By Rene Wadlow. “An error is not a mistake unless you refuse to correct it”John F. Kennedy On Wednesday 31 March 2021, the United Nations Security Council met in a closed door session to continue its
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George Russell: To see things in the germ, this I call intelligence.

Unknown authorUnknown author, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons By Dr. Rene Wadlow. “Are there not such spirits among us ready to join in the noblest of all adventures— the building up of a civilization —so that the human might reflect the divine
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Nagorno-Karabakh: Continuing Repercussions in Armenia.

This map describes the current situation in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. The region is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan but mostly governed by the de facto independent state, Republic of Artsakh. Image is a modified version of MarshallBagramyan’s map. File:Artsakh Occupation
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Narges Bajoghli. Iran Re-Framed: Anxieties of Power in the Islamic Republic.

(Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019). The title of this valuable book comes from the vocabulary of film and video making when images are “reframed”; to tell a different or additional story than when the images were first made.  The book is
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Condamnée pour avoir défendu ses clients : Maître Najet Laabidi, la valeur d’un symbole.

Par Bernard J. Henry. Najet Laabidi; il est des années qui marquent l’histoire d’un pays;  mais aussi celle d’une association. L’année 1961 est, pour l’Allemagne, celle de la construction du Mur de Berlin; qui allait devenir le symbole le plus douloureux de
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Virtual Education. The Path to the Democratization of Education.

Without a doubt;  we are living the most interesting moments of our lives. We are human beings with a global vision of the world;  and  we are concerned about events that take place in countries;  that are very different and far from
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