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Violentology: Studying Colombia At Columbia With Stephen Ferry

Yesterday, SIPA hosted a talk by Stephen Ferry on photography and human rights in Colombia, and Ross Chapman was there to bring you the details. Few countries have a part of their history explicitly called “The Violence.” One rare exception is the nation of Colombia, whose civil wars have spanned on and off for over […]

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Bwoglines: Survival In The Face Of Insurmountable Challenges Edition

This young couple in Afghanistan is willing to risk it all to be together. (NYT) LSD ain’t coke but it’s still one hell of a drug, seeing as it hasn’t been used in a scientific study for about 40 years… until now.  Far out. (Gawker) Colombia’s former president (no, not Eisenhower) has just been elected to […]

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