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Podcast: "The Tunisian People Have Spoken" - Diplomacy and the Arab Spring at 10

Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of Diplomacy is pleased to announce a new mini-series as part of its Diplomatic Immunity podcast

Diplomacy and the Arab Spring at 10 – Origins and Legacies of Revolution

Available wherever you listen to podcasts: 

"The COVID-19 Pandemic and the National Borders of the Imagination" (Edge Effects, open access)

Members of this group may be interested in reading the piece titled "The COVID-19 Pandemic and the National Borders of the Imagination" that I wrote for the magazine Edge Effects.

 

Juan Meneses, Ph.D.

UNC Charlotte

H-Empire editor

Announcement: Article combining human rights with a discussion on refugee issue

Dear Colleagues,

 

I would like to share the info on the below article of Prof. Dr. Per Bauhn from Linnaeus University in Sweden. This article combines human rights with a discussion of refugee issue. If you do not have access to it, please write to Prof. Per Bauhn at per.bauhn@lnu.se for a copy.

Education Films Available To Mark the End of the Salvadoran Civil War

January marks the anniversary of the end of the Salvadoran Civil War, a long and brutal conflict between the Salvadoran military and the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN). Third World Newsreel is pleased to feature historical videos produced by Sistema Radio Venceremos, the media network of the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN). The series was originally curated for North American audiences by El Salvador Media Project, a media group that promoted the distribution of independent media from El Salvador during the 1980s. 

 

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