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Economist Video, Disputed Borders: Russia Vs. Ukraine
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in Economist Video (London, England: The Economist, 2022), 8 mins
Vladimir Putin has already annexed Crimea and plunged Donbas into war. Now, he has amassed 100,000 troops at the Ukrainian border. Why can’t Russia leave Ukraine alone?
in Economist Video (London, England: The Economist, 2022), 8 mins
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Economist Video, Ukraine And Russia: What Is Really Going On?
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in Economist Video (London, England: The Economist, 2022), 9 mins
A Russian invasion of Ukraine could still be imminent. What is at stake and how will the West respond? Shashank Joshi, The Economist's defence editor, answers your questions.
in Economist Video (London, England: The Economist, 2022), 9 mins
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A Common Goal
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directed by Shuki Guzik, fl. 2003; presented by Bibras Natkho, 1988-, Mu'nas Dabbur, 1992- and Beram Kayal, 1988-; produced by Kastina Communications (Israel-Palestine: Go2Films, 2020), 52 mins
Almost half the players on the Israeli National Soccer Team are Muslim, including the captain. The team’s diverse group of players causes controversy, especially during an important European tournament, most of it provoked by racist fans and the media. The players have their loyalty questioned by all sides while...
directed by Shuki Guzik, fl. 2003; presented by Bibras Natkho, 1988-, Mu'nas Dabbur, 1992- and Beram Kayal, 1988-; produced by Kastina Communications (Israel-Palestine: Go2Films, 2020), 52 mins
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Asia's Regional Architecture
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written by Andrew Yeo, fl. 2008 (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 264 page(s)
During the Cold War, the U.S. built a series of alliances with Asian nations to erect a bulwark against the spread of communism and provide security to the region. Despite pressure to end bilateral alliances in the post-Cold War world, they persist to this day, even as new multilateral institutions have sprung up...
written by Andrew Yeo, fl. 2008 (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 264 page(s)
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Partitions: A Transnational History of Twentieth-Century Territorial Separatism
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edited by Laura Robson and Arie M. Dubnov (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 397 page(s)
Partition—the physical division of territory along ethno-religious lines into separate nation-states—is often presented as a successful political "solution" to ethnic conflict. In the twentieth century, at least three new political entities—the Irish Free State, the Dominions (later Republics) of India and P...
edited by Laura Robson and Arie M. Dubnov (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 397 page(s)
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Gods of Molenbeek
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directed by Reetta Huhtanen, fl. 2008; produced by Hannu-Pekka Vitikainen, fl. 2003, Alex Tondowski, fl. 2002, Hanne Phlypo, fl. 2005 and Iris Pakulla, fl. 2014 (Paris, Ile-de-France: CAT&Docs, 2019), 1 hour 12 mins
The Molenbeek district of Brussels. In media seen as jihadi capital but home sweet home to the 6 year-old boys Aatos and Amine. Together they search for answers to the big questions. Aaatos envies Amine’s Muslim faith and looks for his own gods, although his classmate Flo questions him; she is strongly convinced...
directed by Reetta Huhtanen, fl. 2008; produced by Hannu-Pekka Vitikainen, fl. 2003, Alex Tondowski, fl. 2002, Hanne Phlypo, fl. 2005 and Iris Pakulla, fl. 2014 (Paris, Ile-de-France: CAT&Docs, 2019), 1 hour 12 mins
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Guy… Guy with a Camera
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directed by Andres Gallegos, fl. 2008; produced by Molly Stuart, fl. 2017, El Dorado Films (El Dorado Hills, CA: El Dorado Films, 2019), 12 mins
Guy Hircefeld, a veteran that served in the Israeli military at the start of its occupation of Palestine in the 1980s, now fights against Israeli occupation, ethnic cleansing, and environmental warfare. His only weapon is a camera.
directed by Andres Gallegos, fl. 2008; produced by Molly Stuart, fl. 2017, El Dorado Films (El Dorado Hills, CA: El Dorado Films, 2019), 12 mins
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For the War Yet to Come: Planning Beirut's Frontiers
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written by Hiba Bou Akar, fl. 2011 (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 264 page(s)
Beirut is a city divided. Following the Green Line of the civil war, dividing the Christian east and the Muslim west, today hundreds of such lines dissect the city. For the residents of Beirut, urban planning could hold promise: a new spatial order could bring a peaceful future. But with unclear state structures a...
written by Hiba Bou Akar, fl. 2011 (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 264 page(s)
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The Reputation Imperative
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written by Mahesh Shankar, fl. 2000 (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 253 page(s)
India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, left behind a legacy of both great achievements and surprising defeats. Most notably, he failed to resolve the Kashmir dispute with Pakistan and the territorial conflict with China. In the fifty years since Nehru's death, much ink has been spilled trying to understan...
written by Mahesh Shankar, fl. 2000 (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 253 page(s)
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Beyond the Wall
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directed by Mikkel Cantzler, fl. 2018 and Mikkel Keldorf, fl. 2014; produced by Mikkel Cantzler, fl. 2018, RYOT, RaFILM and Mikkel Keldorf Media (Los Angeles, CA: RYOT, 2018), 7 mins
The Northern Triangle' region in Central America is among the most deadly places on Earth. Meet the people fleeing the area and follow them on the most dangerous journey of their life towards the US border.
directed by Mikkel Cantzler, fl. 2018 and Mikkel Keldorf, fl. 2014; produced by Mikkel Cantzler, fl. 2018, RYOT, RaFILM and Mikkel Keldorf Media (Los Angeles, CA: RYOT, 2018), 7 mins
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