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    Hong Kong, Taiwan and Chinese Irredentism: Is the « One Country, Two Systems » principle failing?

    28 avril 2015

    Victor LOUZON Pour lire cet article en Français, cliquez ici Save as PDF   On the 14th of December, a flag was being flown at the centre of the last gathering of occupiers in Causeway Bay at the centre of Hong Kong: it was the flag of the Republic of China – the official name [...]

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    Cuba: Lifting the Embargo…or Not.

    6 avril 2015

    Renée FREGOSI Pour lire cet article en Français, cliquez ici Save as PDF Since the 17th of December 2014, and the highly broadcast and simultaneous announcement by Barack Obama and Raul Castro of renewed relations between their two countries, North American delegations have successively visited Cuba and negotiations have been organised. Indeed, since the handshake [...]

  • Sudanese and Eritreans during the Levinsky Park sit-in, Tel Aviv, January 7th, 2014. © Activestills.

    Israel and its “Infiltrators”: Reflecting upon a political crisis

    11 mars 2015

    Pauline BRÜCKER Pour lire cet article en français, cliquez ici Save as PDF               The anticipated elections in Israel, called for by Benjamin Netanyahu on the 2nd of December 2014 and voted by the Knesset on the 8th of that month, should take place on the 17th of March 2015. They [...]

  • Bazaar de Kirkouk - avril 2013 - AQ / Noria Research ©

    The Iraqi Crisis: A Return on Social Trajectories

    25 février 2015

    Arthur QUESNAY Pour lire cet article en français, cliquez ici     This piece is part of a series of interviews from Noria’s researchers’ various fields, to which we might consider devoting a full new section, should it catch our readers’ interest.   The turn currently happening in Iraq can be analysed as a social [...]

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A Narco-Trafficking Reality, Transcending the Mexican Press

Patricia FIGUEROA Para leer este articulo en Español, haga clic aquí Save as PDF   “Soy el jefe de jefe señores me respetan a todos niveles, y mi nombre y mi fotografía nunca van a mirar en papeles, porque a mí el periodista me quiere y si no mi amistad se la pierde”   “Gentlemen, [...]

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The Peshmergas and the Future of the State

Anne HAGOOD Save as PDF Informal systems rather than formal rules and legal institutions, dominate the security and commercial sectors in Kurdistan and shape governance and the ways in which power-holders and social groups perceive their interests in the region. In doing so they shape the political and administrative system based on personal and group [...]

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The Sunni Revolution and the Outburst of Community Divisions in Iraq

Arthur QUESNAY Pour lire cet article en français, cliquez ici Save as PDF     This analysis is based on fieldwork conducted in Northern Iraq ovef the course of Fall 2014, with the support of the WAFAW program of the European Research Council.   Beyond the Islamic State’s (IS) territorial conquests, the real turning point [...]

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Thousands gather in the Zocalo under the banner of “We are all Ayotzinapa.” They listen to parents of the missing 43 plead to boycott upcoming local elections in Guerrero and call for the resignation of embattled President Enrique Peña Nieto. Tomas Ayuso 2015 - Noria Research ©

El México Guerrero: Ayotzinapa’s Defiant Struggle for Justice

Tomas AYUSO   On the night of September 26th, 2014, in the western Mexican state of Guerrero, 43 students of the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers’ College of Ayotzinapa were intercepted and shot by the municipal police of Iguala. The survivors were later abducted by a local criminal group known as Guerreros Unidos at the [...]

"I bounced around detention centers for a few years, until I received my residency just a month ago. Had I been deported I wouldn't have had anyone to go back to." I caught up with Saul just as he was moving from the tri-state area to New Orleans with hopes of working in the oil industry. (Copyright © 2014 Tomas Ayuso - Noria Research. All rights reserved)

The Right to Grow Old: Diaspora, Return and Turn Around

Tomas AYUSO   Chapter IV – I Had no Choice: the Diaspora & Chapter V – To Return and Turn Around    For previous chapters, please click here   « Honduran migrants who make it across the countless perils on the migrate route gravitate towards areas where they know someone from the old country who can help [...]