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Viêt Nam, Maroc, Algérie : Comment aborder l’héritage colonial ?

Benjamin Stora, historien, professeur à l’Université Paris-13, vient de publier « Voyages en postcolonies – Viêt Nam, Algérie, Maroc » (Stock, 2012). Il répond à nos questions à l’occasion de la parution de la Revue internationale et stratégique sur le thème « Pardon et réconciliation », pour laquelle il a accordé un entretien

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A Brief History of International Development Aid

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Moyo splits ‘the history of aid’ up into ‘seven phases’ – starting with the earliest days of Bretton Woods in the mid 1940s – which saw the establishment of institutions such as the IMF, then outlines details of the Marshall Plan in the 1950s – but I’m going to start my brief summary with the third phase in the 1960s -which are followed in each successive decade with next four phases....

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US Historians and the Colonial Question in Latin America

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Public Lecture|Roundtable
Monday 26 March 2012, 18:30

 

by Ricardo Salvatore

 

Professor Salvatore, Pierre du Bois Visiting Professor at the Graduate Institute, specialises in the economic history of Latin America. Professor Salvatore received his PhD in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin and is Plenary Professor in the History Department at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires.

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Land Carvings Attest to Amazon’s Lost World

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Huge geometric shapes in Brazil suggest that contrary to conventional understanding, parts of the rain forest may have been home to large populations.
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