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Review: Paolo Bacigalupi's 'The Water Knife'

A solid 3.5. Far from the worst book I’ve ever read, but nothing groundbreaking.

The Water Knife is a three-protagonist speculative fiction novel, following the intersecting lives of Angel, a hired thug who ‘cuts’ water from those who don’t pay up, Lucy, a freelance journalist, and Maria, a refugee. 439 more words

LAS CUMBRES DE LAS NACIONES UNIDAS SOBRE CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO: ¿Qué son? ¿Para qué sirven? Guía con varias aproximaciones

A continuación compartimos un documento que brinda una guía sobre lo qué han sido y qué son estas cumbres. Un poco de su historia, para qué sirven, además de links que conectan a análisis varios desde la Climatología, la Economía, los Derechos, entre otros puntos de vista. 175 more words


Key Resolve reaffirms strategic US, South Korea alliance

South Korea and U.S. military forces participated in an annual command and control exercise called Key Resolve (KR17) held across the Korean Peninsula March 8 to 23, 2017. 9 more words



Nationalism and Globalization have been the two most powerful forces of the past 300 years, shaping the course of modern history. Nationalism has led to the birth of modern nation-states while globalization has integrated the whole world into a single system. 1,951 more words

Reasons of silence on Rohingya Massacre

  • Since childhood, I’ve been listening to the proverbs, “might is right” and “haathi k paaon me sab ka paaon” (go with the flow).

Whatever is the will of the strongest, is not challenged by the rest. 1,207 more words


This Poll Don’t Phish

In a corner of Kentucky, under the shade of a sycamore tree, lies that famous dog, the one that don’t hunt. Eternally prone with one ear flapped and nose parked between paws, this dog is the most vicious of all.   424 more words