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War and Nation Building in Latin America: Crash Course World History 225

Hi, I’m John Green. This is Crash Course World History, and today we’re gonna return to two of our favorite themes: the creation of nation-states and the role of war. And we’re gonna focus on a region that often gets overlooked in world history, Latin America. Me from the Past: Continue Reading

Colombia’s Hidden Killers: Part 1/2 (Documentary)

KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: When you think of land mines, countries like Afghanistan, Sudan, Iraq, and other conflict areas around the world might come to mind. But Colombia is one of the most affected countries in the world, too. Because for the last 50 years, there’s been a roiling conflict between leftist Continue Reading

Are Referendums Bad For Democracy?

2016 was the year of controversial referendums. In Colombia, voters rejected a peace deal that would have brought an end to half a century of war. In the United Kingdom, voters opted to leave the European Union, the first country to do so since the Union’s formation. And in Thailand, Continue Reading

Inside Colombia’s Temple of Lucifer

-We’re about to start my initiation ritual, into the “Luciferian” religion. -I saw him, an angel, he was enormous, with seven wings. I’m organizing an army of Lucifer’s children. What would be the ultimate goal of this army? To confront them. -Who, you wonder? -The grand whore. -The grand whore, Continue Reading

Development Progress: political voice, women's empowerment and well-being

the opportunity to express our views and have our voices hen is an important part of well being the way government institutions operate can be improved by informed citizens who are able to participate in political processes holding the state to account while exercising their rights and responsibilities while many Continue Reading

Muhammad Yunus on a New Kind of Capitalism