Monthly Archives: June 2011

Jun 30 2011

Ivory Coast: one country, three armies?

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By Cristina Barrios PhD. Researcher at FRIDE and Associate of LSE IDEAS Transatlantic Programme. As the international community commits to contribute to the prosperity and democracy in Cote d’Ivoire, it should avoid just empowering President Ouattara’s regime instead of the state.The … Continue reading

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Jun 29 2011

Cascading Normalization in the ‘Western Balkans’

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By Karlo Basta To a number of Western observers, last month’s arrest of Ratko Mladic brings to an end the long drawn out implosion of the former Yugoslavia. The arrest comes twenty years since the beginning of that country’s break-up, … Continue reading

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Jun 22 2011

REVIEW: ‘Che’s Travels: The Making of a Revolutionary in 1950s Latin America’

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By Vanni Pettiná Based on the analysis of Ernesto (Che) Guevara’s Latin American road trips,  ‘Che’s Travels’ presents  interesting and quite innovative perspectives both on the political maturation of a world wide influential revolutionary and, ultimately, on the social and … Continue reading

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