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19 febrero, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Geopolitical trends in 2018

Overview

Reckoning With North Korea: Though the threat of war on the Korean Peninsula can’t be ruled out, the United States will probably try to avoid a costly preventive strike against the North’s nuclear weapons program that would plunge the global economy back into recession. Instead, Pyongyang’s demonstration of a viable nuclear deterrent next year will spawn a new and more unstable era of containment.

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19 febrero, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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L’influence de la France sur la scène mondiale

Forum économique mondial : 7 points essentiels à savoir sur la France -La Transformation Map française a été co-rédigée par le Forum économique mondial et l’Institut Montaigne. La France a traditionnellement joué un rôle important sur la scène internationale grâce à son… institutmontaigne.org

Institut Montaigne@i_montaigne  Politique, économique et culturelle… L’influence de la France sur la scène mondiale est incontestable mais fait face à de nombreux défis. On fait le point http://www.institutmontaigne.org/blog/forum-economique-mondial-7-points-essentiels-savoir-sur-la-france …  

19 febrero, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Who is claiming the South China Sea?

Who’s claiming what in the South China Sea? Explore an interactive map of overlapping maritime claims in Asia

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18 febrero, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Libya 2011: Through the Fire

A film by Abdallah Omeish (AJE)

In 2011, a wave of uprisings swept across the Arab world, with pro-democracy protests spreading from Tunisia to Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Syria, Bahrain and beyond.

Within days of the protests in Libya, over 200 people were killed and hundreds more injured.

“We saw things you wouldn’t imagine to see in a hundred years,” said Dr Anas at Benghazi Hospital. “It was like war. ”

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