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On “the ill-informed logic of some forty-year-old aid project…”

The atrocities Parenti describes in part 2 and 3 of his book offer a broader understanding of Dennis C. Pirages’ argument concerning security and the relevance of expanding the security framework to include environmental threats. Reading Parenti was pretty depressing … Continue reading

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Thinkpiece #2

Who are the major players in climate change? Which countries feel the worst pressure of rising temperatures and who should carry the burden of fixing the problem? These questions have proven to be almost impossible to answer, and the authors … Continue reading

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