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Links 1 through 10 of 21 by Antonin Sabot tagged conflit

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Le soulèvement populaire s’accompagne aussi de transformations positives de la société : en témoigne le renouveau de l’art depuis mars 2011.

Ce constat est partagé par nombre d’artistes du pays. Plus libre, l’art y est aussi devenu plus accessible. Internet, vecteur majeur de la révolution, en est en grande partie responsable. Grâce à lui, chansons, photographies, sketches et petits films peuvent être partagés avec le plus grand nombre.

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Passionnante discussion sur la guerre entre les photojournalistes Joao Silva, Greg Marinovich et le red' chef du NYT

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Women War Artists is a new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum that seeks to redress the tendency to see conflict through the eyes of men. It explores the experiences of women in wartime from the first world war to the present day, and features art by figures from Dame Laura Knight, who painted the Nuremberg trial, to Turner prize nominee Mona Hatoum

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Une analyse macabre des photos de soldats posant à côté de leurs victimes... édifiant

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Les trois quarts des exportations mondiales d’armes ont été le fait de cinq pays seulement entre 2006 et 2010, selon le Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Le volume de ces exportations a augmenté de près de 25 % par rapport à la période 2001-05

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Beginning one week ago, thousands of young Kyrgyz men rampaged through parts of southern Kyrgyzstan with weapons and torches, attacking ethnic Uzbek neighborhoods, burning homes and stores, and, according to reports, beating, raping and killing Uzbek residents. The official death toll is over 200, though officials have indicated it may be ten times that number. The attacks lasted for several days, setting off a massive rush to flee the violence - an estimated 400,000 Uzbeks fled the region in the last week,

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ITW audio de Philip Blenkinsop à propos de son travail au Timor oriental.

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