Monthly Archives: April 2013

Has Nato Become Irrelevant?

The US has heavily criticized the Europeans for slashing their military spending. Senior American officials are already saying that with enormous cuts in military spending, Europe and Nato risk “collective military irrelevance.” (Erlanger 2013) Camille Grand from the Foundation for … Continue reading

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The Argentinian Debt Crisis of the Early 2000s: A Sociological and Historical Analysis

In 2001 and 2002, Argentina experienced one of the worst economic crises in its history. Output was reduced by 20% in a three year time period (Daseking et al. 2004), inflation increased from -0.9% in 2000 to 41% in 2002.1 … Continue reading

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