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21 noviembre, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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Afghanistan in 2017 (Asia Foundation)

Afghanistan in 2017: A Survey of the Afghan People

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The 2017 Survey of the Afghan People polled 10,012 Afghan respondents from 16 ethnic groups across all 34 provinces, including insecure and physically challenging environments. The annual survey is the longest-running and broadest nationwide survey of Afghan attitudes and opinions. Since 2004, the Survey has gathered the opinions of more than 97,000 Afghan men and women, providing a unique longitudinal portrait of evolving public perceptions of security, the economy, governance and government services, elections, media, women’s issues, and migration.

Publicado el 12 nov. 2017

Posted November 14, 2017
Related locations: Afghanistan
Related programs: Survey of the Afghan People

20 noviembre, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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Is Japan’s army ready for battle?

JAPAN’S latest white paper on defence pulls few punches. “Destabilising factors” in the region are “becoming more tangible and acute”, it warns. North Korea may already have miniaturised nuclear weapons and fashioned them into nuclear warheads. China’s creeping attempts to “change the status quo” by militarising the South China Sea show it intends to “fulfil its unilateral demands without compromise”. On top of all these worries are Japan’s long-standing territorial disputes with its closest neighbours: Russia, South Korea and China. Continuar leyendo →

20 noviembre, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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Avances y retrocesos en la búsqueda de justicia internacional

By Matt Robinson (Nov 20, 2017 / 11:17 am)

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), set up by the United Nations in 1993, marked the biggest leap in the field of international criminal law since the Allies tried the Nazis in Nuremberg. Continuar leyendo →

20 noviembre, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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The future of Europe project (FT)

Europe faces its most testing time in decades. Nationalist parties have increased their vote share in elections across the continent, an influx of refugees has rocked governments, and while the UK — one of its biggest economies — is negotiating to leave, a US president with questionable commitment to Europe has taken office. This is why the Financial Times is launching a new project to brainstorm about the future of Europe. Continuar leyendo →