Cities & Communities

Watchtower of Turkey

From Leonardo Dalessandri Over than 3500 km traveled in 20 days, capturing landscapes from the bluish tones of Pamukkale to the warm ones of Cappadocia, the all passing by a … Continue reading

2014/12/29 · Leave a comment

Tough case to crack: the mystery of Britain’s falling crime rate

Decline in heroin use, unrecorded cybercrime and greater civility are some of the reasons suggested for the drop in offending Crime is falling across Britain but the perception of it … Continue reading

2014/08/31 · Leave a comment

La apuesta de Estados Unidos por Chile

Por: Francisca Skoknic* Revista Qué Pasa Artículo original   Fue durante su cuenta presidencial anual, en enero pasado, que Barack Obama sorprendió con el anuncio de su primera gira oficial … Continue reading

2011/03/19 · Leave a comment

Organized Crime: The World’s Largest Social Network

By Patrick Di Justo, Adam Rogers, and Allison Davis  January 31, 2011  | Wired February 2011 Artículo original HomeFemale TraffickingFakesHeroinWildlifeGoldPiracyFirearmsCocaineMigrant Smuggling Female TraffickingCounterfeit GoodsHeroinWildlifeGoldPiracyFirearmsCocaineMigrant Smuggling

2011/02/21 · Leave a comment

Collective Bargaining Map of U.S. States

Progressive American Liberal From Matt Yglesias at Think Progress: “As with a lot of things in American life, it’s all tied up with region, history, and political culture. Plenty of … Continue reading

2011/02/20 · 1 Comment

¿Quién es el culpable del alza de los alimentos?

Emol Lunes 14 de Febrero de 2011 Paul Krugman The New York Times Estamos en el medio de una crisis global de los alimentos. Los precios mundiales de éstos alcanzaron … Continue reading

2011/02/20 · Leave a comment