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2020-03-29 no comments

It started with an unsubstantiated rumor. “You can laugh now,” Johnny Carson said on The Tonight Show on December 19, 1973, “but there is an acute shortage of toilet paper.” There wasn’t—but it didn’t matter. The broadcast sent America into a mass panic. Millions of shoppers swarmed into grocery stores and began hoarding toilet paper. Ex nihilo, […]

2019-12-11 no comments

Chad’s geographic challenge of being on the crossroads of West Central and East Africa. By Stephen Rakowski Sub-Saharan Africa Analyst, Stratfor

2019-11-15 no comments

Uzbekistan has been growing in geopolitical significance as it emerges from the isolationist policies of long-serving President Islam Karimov, who died in 2016. Karimov’s successor, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, has expanded Uzbekistan’s security cooperation with external powers, including Russia, China and the United States, and has worked to address long-standing border demarcation and water-sharing issues with neighbors like […]

2019-10-29 no comments

The Etruscans were a powerful clan with an alien tongue and strange customs. They emerged in what is now central Italy sometime around the 6th century BC.  And no one is more obsessed with the Etruscans than the Italians themselves. The Etruscans, who lived in Etruria, were known as Tyrrhenians by the Greeks. They were […]

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