Republic of the Congo: Women used as weapons of war

Translated by: Marine El Hajji For some of the Congolese, the wounds inflicted during the colonial era by the Belgian State have not healed to this day. The Belgian State, through extreme violence, dominated, exterminated and “civilized” an entire country. Although women were part of a minority to take up arms and go to the […]

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Thousands died for nothing? Armenia VS Azerbaijan

  “After the horror, After the fear, God will take care of your bruised ground, For you Armenia” sang Charles Aznavour, the most famous of the Armenians. The lyrics remain that terrible events that the world witnessed between Armenia and Azerbaijan during the second half of the 20th century: all… for nothing?  If you pay […]

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The War on Opium

Translated by Célia Courteix and edited by Lauren Valentine Opium is a drug absorbed in many forms that wreaks havoc on the human body. In some countries, such as Mexico or Afghanistan, this drug helps the poor population that cultivates it to survive. However, the economic dependency and corruption those countries are facing prevent them […]

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The hidden face of the Syrian revolution

TRANSLATED BY NAJWA WAHBI AND CAROLINE CARDEN On Saturday, January 21, 2017, Sciences Po Strasbourg’s Cultural Policy and Management Masters program, in partnership with La Filature’s Festival Les Vagamondes (a performing arts theatre in Mulhouse, France), organized a public discussion with Syrian graphic artist Sana Yazigi about her “Creative Memory of the Syrian Revolution” project […]

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