Two Works on Namibian History  The exhibition ‘Unrecounted: Historical Amnesia in Germany and Namibia’ at the Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello suggests the future can only be really thought through the past, providing a foil to this year’s Venice Biennale theme, All the

Small Farmers vs. Big Corporations: Who Wins? Book review by Claude Forthomme Food Security Governance, Empowering communities, regulating corporations by Nora McKeon,  Routledge's Critical Security Studies, February 2015. $38. The battle between rural communities and big corporations is a modern replay of David

Partnership for Development in the 21st Century PART TWO: The Future of South-South Cooperation In Part One of this article, we looked at successful South-South Cooperation spurred by China and Brazil but many more countries provide notable examples of SSC, suggesting that the

A Win-Win Partnership for Development in the 21st Century The world is changing as fast as the pace of new technological innovations that are increasingly shrinking our notion of time and space. And one of the trigger of changes is the

Valerio Rocco Orlando is an Italian artist and filmmaker, born in 1978 in Milan. He recently had a solo show at the Korea Foundation Cultural Center in Seoul. In “The Sphere in Between”, Orlando took inspiration from the philosopher Martin

Can we really talk about an Art market? Is it even a market in the traditional sense? Because I'm in the art business, people often walk up to me with questions and statements that appear to betray either misgivings or,

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