nationalism

FRANSİSCO FRANCO`NUN TÜKƏNMƏZ GÜCÜ FRANSİSCO FRANCO`NUN TÜKƏNMƏZ GÜCÜ

About Francisco Franco The love of fascism brought victory and defeat. At the time of his birth, Spain was saddened by the loss of the status of a giant maritime empire and the wrath of the superpower losing it to America. The country was severed from imperial rule he was looking for a new way…

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My Box of Pencils. Using pencils to make a point. My Box of Pencils. Using pencils to make a point.

this is a candy ti I keep since I was a kid on its sides are drawings of folk costumes from different parts of Spain. Basque Andalusian Catalans. I never really paid much attention to them before. Although they’re not all there it gives an idea of Spain’s cultural diversity. Cultures and languages that have…

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Who Gets to Be a CIVILIZATION? – Between the Lines Who Gets to Be a CIVILIZATION? – Between the Lines

I’ve been playing Sid Meier’s Civilization for decades and so have many other people. It sold well over 30 million copies. It’s one of the most popular examples of what game critic Alan Emrich dubbed a 4X game; explore, expand, exploit, exterminate. And players have been using it to conquer the world for twenty-five years.…

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What’s the outlook for U.S. foreign policy as a tumultuous decade ends? What’s the outlook for U.S. foreign policy as a tumultuous decade ends?

AMNA NAWAZ: In foreign policy, the past 10 years have seen both transformation and inertia. In many countries, the leaders have changed, but an authoritarian style of leadership hasn’t. New powers are emerging, but are as opaque as ever. And evolving domestic politics could lead to new relationships between the United States and its allies.…

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Understanding “America First” Policy & Economic Nationalism (w/ Alan Tonelson) Understanding “America First” Policy & Economic Nationalism (w/ Alan Tonelson)

ED HARRISON: I’m Ed Harrison here for Real Vision. I’m talking to Alan Tonelson, who is the founder of the blog, Realitycheck, and he’s also a frequent guest on CNBC. Alan, great to have you here. ALAN TONELSON: Well, thank you so much for inviting me. ED HARRISON: Now, we’re going to be talking actually…

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11. Slavery and State Rights, Economies and Ways of Life: What Caused the Civil War? 11. Slavery and State Rights, Economies and Ways of Life: What Caused the Civil War?

Professor David Blight: So what caused the Civil War? Somebody said “slavery.” Can I hear a “states’ rights?” Can I hear a “conflicting civilizations?” Can I hear “unctuous fury?” Can I hear “fanaticism?” Can I hear “fear?” Can I hear “stupidity?” Can I hear “Goddamn Yankees?” Or Jefferson Davis may have captured the kind of…

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