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São Paulo: South America’s MEGACITY

The dramatic cliffs and endless beaches of Rio de Janeiro makes it the city that probably first comes to mind when you think of Brazil. São Paulo, the largest metropolis in the southern hemisphere, is the true economic engine of the world’s sixth most populous country. In 1554, Catholic missionaries with the help of indigenous… Read More »

Former Vatican’s adviser & Jesuit exposes russophobic Vatican and Ukrainian Greek-Catholics

Today it seems to me that in the west of Ukraine and among the Ukrainian diaspora the biggest goal of the catholic church is to spread an extreme version of Ukrainian nationalism And russophobia Everything that is Russian is bad Monk Konstantin Simon was born in 1955 in the US to a Hungarian father and… Read More »

Challenging Authoritarianism Part 3: Immigration and National Security

(light music) – Good afternoon, thanks for coming to our final panel of today’s symposium. So for those who don’t know me, my name’s Osamah Khali. I’m the organizer of today’s symposium, I’m a professor in the history department. Some of you are also attended last night’s movie, which served as a book end to… Read More »

Drinking Vodka With Russian Separatists: Russian Road Trip (Part 1/3)

This is blood. And there’s something about it that’s just firing up my brain right now. Vodka! There’s lots and lots of different kinds. -I like this bottle aesthetically. -No, no. It’s disgusting! Okay, something good. Something good that won’t make us sick. Whoa. That’s an amazing shirt. I’m getting this. We live in nuclear… Read More »