Monthly Archives: November 2012

Nov 29 2012

Expert Interviews: Governing the Global Drug Wars

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In these videos twelve world leading drug policy experts address questions about the international control system:   Why have international drug policies proved so resistant to change?   Is there hope for reform of international drug Policies? Since 1909 the … Continue reading

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Nov 26 2012

Brazil´s South-South Humanitarian Actions: Paradigm Shift and Domestic Consequences

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By Thiago Rodrigues, Professor of International Relations at the Institute of Strategic Studies – Universidade Federal Fluminense and Fernando Brancoli, PhD Candidate in International Relations – San Tiago Dantas Program The high magnitude earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010, devastating much … Continue reading

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Nov 23 2012

Gulag: What We Know Now and Why it Matters

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A summary by Harriet Shone, BSc Government & History Anne Applebaum, the current Philippe Roman Chair in History and International Affairs at LSE IDEAS, discussed the Stalinist Gulag system and why it continues to matter almost 60 years after the … Continue reading

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