17 de Noviembre, 2016
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Don Jaime de Borbón-Parma impartió el seminario semanal del NCID. En la fotografía, en el hall del ICS.

“Los minerales no son la causa de los conflictos, sino el combustible para alimentarlos.” Así respondía Don Jaime de Borbón-Parma a una de las preguntas formuladas en su conferencia en el Navarra Center for International Development el pasado lunes, 7 de noviembre, en la que habló sobre el que es, posiblemente, uno de los temas más recurrentes en los conflictos internacionales: los recursos naturales. A pesar de su juventud, don Jaime cuenta con una amplia e...

02 de Noviembre, 2016
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It is estimated that 11 million Syrians have fled their country since the beginning of the civil war in March 2011. Amongst those escaping their homes, the vast majority have sought refuge in neighbouring countries –4.9 million according to UNHCR[i]– while 1 million have requested asylum to Europe, creating a humanitarian crisis that has sown of refugee camps many countries. <...

18 de Octubre, 2016
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Protests in South Africa have turned violent after the South African Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) allowed universities to increase fees up to 8%. Activists since been demanding free education through their social media campaign #FeesMustFall. As part of their riot control measures, the police have resorted to rubber bullets and stun grenades, which has resulted in injured students and several arrests. To date, there has been one fatal incident , albeit of a bystander. A janitorial employee at the University of the Witwatersrand, als...

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