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- Arab world / 2024/03 Houthi, Map

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Source: Jean and André Sellier, Atlas des peuples d'Europe centrale, La Découverte, 2014 - Europe / Map, 2024 transcarpathia

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Sources: OECD, data-explorer.oecd.org; WHO, ‘World Health Statistics - Health / Map, 2024/01 doctors

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- Environment / Map, 2024/03 Adaptation

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- Environment / Map, 2024/03 Adaptation

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Rezső Kasztner saved more Jews from the Holocaust than Oskar Schindler, but was branded a collaborator in the postwar ferment of Israeli politics. - 2024/03 / article
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International law in its contemporary conception immediately evokes the idea of relations between sovereign states. In the West, these relations are held to have developed into something like a formal system with the Treaty of Westphalia, which in 1648 brought an end to the Thirty Years' War in Europe. But its history really started in the 1530s with the Spanish theologian Francisco de Vitoria, whose concern was not with relations between the states of Europe (Spain was much the most (...) - 2024/03 / article
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Our societies cannot adapt to an average temperature rise of 4ºC. Yet adaptation is now being touted as a (magical) way of maintaining the political and economic status quo. - 2024/03 / article, 2024/03 Adaptation
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Like many rich nations, France relies on doctors from abroad to keep its public health system afloat. But these medics face an uphill struggle for proper recognition and salaries that match their skills. - 2024/03 / article
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Western governments believe Russia will pay for its aggression with increased dependence on China. But is that really the case? - 2024/03 / article
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Hungary's Viktor Orbán opposes military aid and EU membership for Ukraine – one more reason for its Hungarian minority to leave what was once one of Eastern Europe's most ethnically diverse regions. - 2024/03 / article, 2024 transcarpathia
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Arab countries have loudly condemned Israel's actions in Gaza, but it's all talk. Palestine, the cause that once united the Arab world, is being sidelined in favour of narrow self-interest. - 2024/03 / article
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The US has struggled to muster an international coalition willing to combat the growing Houthi attacks on international shipping off Yemen, launched in response to American backing of Israel. - 2024/03 / article, 2024/03 Houthi
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ISIS may have been defeated by an international coalition in 2019, but it's far from a spent force. It's making a speciality of exploiting weak regimes and unresolved conflicts. - 2024/03 / article
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Seven million people have been displaced and around 20,000 killed in Sudan's bloody, ongoing civil war, which has deep roots in the country's history. Now, with a fast growing regional food crisis, Sudan is sliding into chaos. - 2024/03 / article
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It's well known that everything in China is determined at the centre by the autocratic head of the CCP in Beijing, who dreams of global power. The only problem is it's not true. - 2024/03 / article
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It was one of ancient Greece's worst punishments. In cases of political assassinations or high treason, the citizens' assembly could deliver a sentence of kataskaphê, the destruction of the culprit's home and the banishment of their family. This punishment, historian Walter R Connor writes, was the city's way of giving physical form to ‘the extirpation of the individual and his immediate kin from the society' . Every bit of their property was to be turned to dust to stop it being sold or bartered, (...) - 2024/03 / editorial
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With the primaries imminent, party activists, Baptist preachers and Moms for Liberty have moved their electioneering up a gear. This state is a stronghold for the right but its politics are far from simple. - 2024/01 / article, 2024/01 USA
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The month's archives - 2024/02 / perspective
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Our guest on this month's podcast is Eric Alterman, CUNY Distinguished Professor of English at Brooklyn College and author of We Are Not One: A History of America's Fight Over Israel (2022). In the February edition of the paper, Alterman writes on the latest phase of that long-running fight in an article entitled ‘Biden's lonely stance on the war in Gaza'. Biden's seemingly unconditional support for Israel is out of step both with much of his own party and, especially, with younger voters. With (...) - 2024/02 / Podcast, 2024/02 alterman

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Source: ‘Top 100 defense companies', DefenseNews, 2023 - Arms trade / Map, 2024/02 armaments

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