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Syrian Refugees Pour Into Jordan

Syrian Refugees Pour Into Jordan | HumanGeo@Parrish | Scoop.it
Nearly 2,000 Syrians are flooding nightly into Jordan, which says it has accepted about 180,000 refugees since the conflict began.
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Per Square Mile: Income inequality, as seen from space

Per Square Mile: Income inequality, as seen from space | HumanGeo@Parrish | Scoop.it
Last week, I wrote about how urban trees—or the lack thereof—can reveal income inequality.
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Five ghost projects of China

Five ghost projects of China | HumanGeo@Parrish | Scoop.it
China's huge investment in infrastructure is looking ever harder to sustain, as its empty new towns and other phantom projects suggest.
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Geography Strikes Back

Geography Strikes Back | HumanGeo@Parrish | Scoop.it
To understand today's global conflicts, forget economics and technology and take a hard look at a map, writes Robert D. Kaplan.
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McDonald’s Plans First Vegetarian Restaurants in India

McDonald’s Plans First Vegetarian Restaurants in India | HumanGeo@Parrish | Scoop.it
McDonald’s Corp. will swap its
trademark burgers for potato sandwiches when it opens two
vegetarian restaurants in India next year, the first such
outlets globally for the world’s biggest restaurant chain.
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China Says No Questioning Its Sovereignty Over South China Sea « State of Affairs

China Says No Questioning Its Sovereignty Over South China Sea « State of Affairs | HumanGeo@Parrish | Scoop.it
Clinton Says U.S. Will Stand Up For Strategic Interests Hillary Clinton visited Beijing this week at the height of Communist Party maneuvering over the formation of a new Chinese government.
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What’s the language of the future?

What’s the language of the future? | HumanGeo@Parrish | Scoop.it
As English takes over the world, it's splintering and changing -- and soon, we may not recognize it at all...
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