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    Aussie Weird Food You Need to Taste on your Vacation

    I always travel in my spare time to taste wired foods of the world and one of my favourite thing to do. From Chinese street foods to Indian street foods, I found some wired foods whilst my travel to Australia. The Aussie verifiably had a terrible rep for its food, yet things have changed and […] More

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    Hitlers Unpublished Second Book

    With the Bible being the best-selling book in the world it has always perplexed me that god in his infinite wisdom didn’t get round to writing a sequel. The same could be said for Hitler and Mein Kampf, obviously I’m not comparing Adolph with god, but his book is one of the most read in […] More

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    Communist states in Korea

    September 9th 1948 is the official date of the founding of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, more commonly called North Korea. Before its official formation communist groups such as the Down-With-Imperialism-Union had been waging a struggle against imperialist forces in order to facilitate revolution. When the Japanese were eventually to surrender in Korea it […] More

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    The Story of the Mount Kumgang Tourist Zone

    Introduction The stunning Mount Kumgang area, located on the east coast of the Korean peninsula and a stone’s throw away from South Korea, has long been renowned for its beauty featuring stunning mountain ranges and gorgeous coastlines. Home to the Mount Kumgang Resort, this region of the Korean peninsula was at one time a shining […] More

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    The Time America and North Korea Joined Forces

    Introduction When you think of significant moments of North Korea and United States relations images that probably flash to your mind are images from the horrific Korean War, President George Bush declaring the country as a member of the “Axis of Evil” or perhaps more recent feel-good moments such as the summits between Chairman Kim […] More

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    The strange tale of Malcolm Caldwell

    In the good old days of the cold war, it was relatively easy to pick your camp, the Capitalist West, or the Communist East, and of course, in both these camps, you had dissenters. Those fighting for freedom in the Eastern Bloc tend to be more well known, but it should be remembered that there […] More

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    Psychedelic Socialism: LSD in Czechoslovakia

    Before we get to psychedelic socialism, some context. The 1960s were a turbulent and exciting time in pop-culture, most notably in the western world. The counter-culture movement was tearing up the worlds of music, fashion and ideology only to rebuild them again in another image. For a bright moment in this, the psychedelic movement gripped […] More

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    A border dispute in Western Europe?

    Apart from a little pushing and shoving between France and Germany, the map of western Europe has looked pretty similar since the days of Napoleon. The border between Portugal and Spain is in fact the oldest frontier in Europe, dating back to the 1300s when the kings of both countries, who were cousins, tired of […] More

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