Category Archives: Argentina

Contraseña Verde: Small Solutions for a Big Problem

by Erica Sanchez-Vazquez Conversations about climate change, protecting the environment, and sustainability have never been more predominant. They can be as big as Rio+20, the latest United Nations Earth Summit, where heads of states from all over the world to … Continue reading

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Remembering Argentina’s Dirty War & Effects on the Press

(Editor’s Note: Some students in the International Media program at American University are now researching final papers on a variety of topics. We are posting proposals and updates on these projects to demonstrate their progress.) by Allison Dickinson Special to … Continue reading

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Of Oligarchs & Media Owners

by Rick Rockwell Recently the question came this way about whether it was easy to tell the difference between an oligarch and a crusading media owner. On its face, that seems like an easy question.  When thinking about oligarchs the … Continue reading

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