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What’s the Deal With a Pushback in Istanbul?

Hello All! Welcome to another edition of “What’s the Deal?” the blog that knows that planning an infrastructure project in Istanbul is no Turkish delight. In this week’s post, we examine the growing protests in Turkey and the reactionary response … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With Revolutionary Justice in Bangladesh?

Hello all! Welcome to another edition of “What’s the Deal?” the blog that isn’t old enough to mistakenly call Bangladesh “East Pakistan.” In this week’s post, we’ll check in on the South Asian country of Bangladesh and attempt to figure … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With the “Chilean Winter”?

Hello all!  Recuerde que siempre estámos disponible en español si usa el botón SAP, disfruten el Blog! Welcome to another edition of “What’s the Deal?”, the blog that wouldn’t get rid of the Department of Education if it were running for … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With Ali Abdullah Saleh and the Yemeni Uprising?

Hello all!  Welcome to another stirring edition of “What’s the Deal?” the blog that dusts off the history beneath the headlines so you can win at your local bar’s trivia night. In this week’s blog, we’ll discuss the current violence … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal with the British Riots? Are They the Trigger for a New Global “1968”?

Lit and thrown instead of “Shaken not Stirred.” Molotov cocktails and rocks were the weapons of choice as they rained upon Tokyo University as students and faculty joined together and battled University officials, administrators, and Japanese Police.  The students held … Continue reading

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