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An honest man visiting Cuba

Jimmy Carter and Raul Castro exchanged greetings

By: Angel Guerra Cabrera, 04/07/2011

The recent visit to Cuba of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is another very important political fact receiving an almost total media silence. This is not surprising since it is a brave gesture contrary to the hegemonic discourse, it brings a breath of relaxation and peaceful coexistence in a time of unprecedented barbarism and moral decay of the empire.

Carter After receiving at home, Fidel Castro wrote in his column Insight: "I had the pleasure of welcoming to Jimmy Carter, who was U.S. president between 1977 and 1981 and the only one, in my view, sufficient serenity and courage to address the issue of U.S. relations with Cuba. " And is that under his leadership like never progressed through bilateral talks, which resulted in loosening of the embargo, the authorization for all Americans would visit Cuba-reversed by his successor after Reagan, the establishment in both capitals diplomatic offices and the delimitation of the territorial waters of the two countries. Fidel said: "The circumstances were certainly not conducive to our complex world. The existence of a truly free and sovereign country in our hemisphere will not be reconciled with the ideas of the fascist extreme right of the United States, he managed to defeat the purposes of President Carter. "

Carter's presence in Cuba That is natural. But should be considered in addition to its intrinsic political weight expresses the strong current in society and very influential circles of the establishment in favor of a full normalization of relations with the island. On this second visit as opposed to 2002, Carter declined to comment on points of disagreement with Cuba even in the respectful way that is characteristic, but not refrain from reiterating his liberal views on individual liberty and human rights or meet with the so-called dissidents.

So focused on proposing constructive solutions to virtually all the major problems impeding the Cuban-American relationship. He reiterated his known opposition to the embargo, but this time emphasizing his stance against the Helms-Burton law signed by President Clinton, calling it "serious error" and said is expressly aimed at "regime change" in Cuba and therefore is "counterproductive." In this logic noted that "the congressional leaders who have a Cuban origin operating in a very counterproductive to try to ... punish the Cuban regime when in fact they are punishing the Cuban people." Also called for the lifting of the ban on Americans traveling to Cuba. Was able to observe in dialogue with ambassadors accredited to Havana by the resurgence of the Obama administration the obstacles to banking transactions with the island.

The former president ruled for the release Cuban 5 in the "near future" and added that there have been doubts (about the process) in the U.S. courts and international human rights organizations. Similarly, expressed hope the "next release" of the contractor of the Agency for International Development Alan Gross, Cuban courts convicted in March to 15 years imprisonment for "acts against the independence or territorial integrity of the State" . Asked by a reporter about a possible exchange of 5 for Gross, Carter said there are cases "separate, distinct and should not interact." So put on the political agenda initiative of privately spoken in diplomatic circles and the possibility that, without focusing explicitly as a barter, 5 are released, like Gross, unilateral decisions by both parties. Carter also called for removing Cuba from the U.S. list of countries sponsoring terrorism since (inclusion) "has no basis."

"The visit was good and Carter is an honest man, was all the presidents with regard to Cuba which had a better performance," said President Raul Castro to say goodbye at the airport and reiterated its willingness to dialogue with States together. "We are ready, but as have always said, without subordination to anyone ready to discuss anything they want and what we want. "


That the English government to apologize for the murder committed against our people and to repeal Papal Bull Intercaétera.1

We as descendants of the indigenous peoples of Abya Yala, members of the Indian Foreign Capaj adhered to, with Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council at the United Nations, we want to express with clarity which was and remains the bone where racism is born English.

This occurs with the intervention in May 1493, where the Catholic Kings come to the English Pope Alexander VI, to mediate on behalf of the English Crown to grant them the gift of the land of America, through a papal bull.

It is from this historical period beginning on racism in its highest expression, and that Alexander VI Five bulls dictates of our land grant to the kings of Castile. Known as the Papal Bull Intercaétera, made by Elizabeth and Fernando Reyes de Castilla, masters of our land, with all privileges, constitute such an act of sovereignty implications of death and genocide that were never recognized by the English monarchy. There

in the history of humanity an act of destruction and death of millions of brothers and sisters, on behalf of the crown even though disguised as democracy endures. Our historical memory does not allow us to leave unpunished the genocide committed by the English crown and thus from the committee of racism and discrimination of the UN, we ask members of the Committee to urge the English government to apologize for the murder committed against our people and the abolition of the Papal Bull Intercaétera still remains.

Until this happens we the indigenous peoples of "Abya Yala" America does not execute the ceremony of forgiveness


The thorny historical evolution of the human penis (extract)

By: Monica G. SALOMON, El País, 10/04/2011

A penis with spines? Do not be surprised. Our ancestors were well.

last month provoked a look of wonder in many readers. In El Pais the headline was: "The man lost his penis spines of some DNA." He explained the investigation of a group of Stanford University (USA) which concluded that the human penis was bones in the past. "Thorns? Why bones? And when the lost?

Back to the thorns. The spines were nerve endings and probably were there for, among other things, provide more pleasure to the owner of the penis.

Comparing human DNA and chimpanzee, have found more than 500 fragments that we do not have and they did. They were interested, in particular one, located in the DNA molecule near the androgen receptor gene, the male hormones. After creating transgenic mice which express the genetic sequence in question, found the answer: the embryos showed both incipient whiskers like spines on the penis training, technically called vibrissae sensory.

What exactly are the famous thorns? For keratin-like structures-nails, hard, barely a few millimeters. And make no mistake, now many they have been confused with the staff, a little bone present in the penis of most mammals and all primates least in humans. But are not the same. Nor are thorns few small bumps of skin that have 20% of men at the base of the glans, called pearly papules.

Apparently, the only work that describes in detail [the] structure of 1946! Who would tell the British primatologist William Charles Osman Hill that one of his drawings was to become one of the most visited of the global knowledge network in the XXI century.

Customers have been lucky that some of those. Hill's work has already posted on the Internet at the time was collected in the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London and is entitled 'Note on the male external genitalia of the chimpanzee. " The illustration contains rudimentary, but very clear, shows the testicles and penis of a chimpanzee's famous dotted spines. Social structure, love, care for the sick and the young do not fossilize, but leave tracks, and many of them are within the body.

Now men, their relatively small testes, compared with the chimpanzee and other primates, hairless penis, the foreskin exposes even part of the glans penis flaccid, lack of staff and of course, the absence of spines are also the legacy of those of their ancestors who had more success in the conquest.

One of the features that best illustrate the relationship between physical setting and social and demographic structure is the difference in size between males and females, sexual dimorphism, "When males compete for reproductive control a group of females, dimorphism between males and females increases. " Greater competition among males involves male bodies bigger, stronger, muscular ... says Dr. Lalueza-Fox.

David Kingsley writes that "the simplified morphology of the penis is often associated with reproductive strategies in monogamous primates. "The idea is that a penis without spines sit well with a male who does not need to compete much with their peers and fits with a range of adaptive changes in humans: Many of these" morphological characteristics are associated with pair formation and with increased pup care.

The ability to draw from the vagina the sperm of another possible competitor would be one of the utilities of the spines.

"The removal of the thorns increases the duration of the introduction, indicating that its loss in the human lineage can be associated with longer duration of intercourse in our species, write Kingsley and his group in Nature. The longer duration of human sex help to create a link on the couple. Walking on two legs would have favored monogamy.

Lovejoy paleontologist finds no other advantage that bipedal walking can have a free hand to carry food to a female, especially if it is a less macho male. In this situation, the strategy would be to trade sex for food.

Now, what if a company did monogamous females cheat? If they knew when they are fertile, they could accept the dealer, but go with the dominant male at the right time to generate offspring with alpha genes. Get the best of both worlds. A female chimp advertises her fertile showing red and swollen genitals, they themselves could switch to a stable partner for a lover in her fertile period.

"Men and women ovulation affects us, but we have no idea why. What is clear is that we are much more similar to mammals than we thought." And all this from the penis spines. ******


Animated a plurality of different actors, international society remains predominantly interstate. Hence the primary subjects of international law to States, whether acting individually or do so through intergovernmental organizations which confer a legal personality independent but much less extensive than they have.

The originality comes from public international law and from that of its main subject, which each have a fundamental attribute that formally becomes equal to all others: sovereignty. This option limits the effectiveness of this right, because in principle every State does not submit the same as under their own will (Dupuy, 2006). In reality, the limitations of coexistence and cooperation no doubt keep multiforme need the consent of the States. But they also force them to acknowledge the effectiveness of the international legal order. So that it can identify, and this is the idea of \u200b\u200bthis course, you need to know their subjects, ways of creating your rules, conditions of its application, its fields of intervention and its aims. Learn well the breadth and diversity of human activities is now under international law. TARGETING

1. Individuals interested in diplomacy, international relations and related careers, diplomats, international officials and NGO activists, 2. Youth and college students in social sciences, law, economics, education level or equivalent degree or are in the final year of college. METHODOLOGY

talks and lectures on the subjects of the course, leading to student participation and discussion in the classroom, with emphasis on legal research methodology through practical work in groups of two on international organizations. CONTENT

1. Research methodology and introduction to public international law (3 hours) a. Methodology and practical work assignment; b. International society and international law 2. Subjects of international law (9 hours) a. The State; b. International Organizations; c. The individual under the protection of human rights

3. Formation of international law (3 hours) a. Treaties; b. The custom c. The general principles of law; d. Unilateral acts

4. Application of International Law (3 hours) a. International responsibility; b. The unilateral use of sanctions

5. Areas of international law (9 hours) a. The peaceful resolution of disputes and the prohibition of the use of force; b. The regulation of exchange and promotion of development; c. The use of spaces for international use and management of human resources

ASSESSMENT: Attendance and participation: 20 points practical work: 50 points, final evaluation: 30 points. (It will certify students who, at least, attend 80% classes)



COST: RD $ 5,000 (Payment in advance), DURATION: 27 hours

PLACE: IEPC-DR, Rosa Duarte 33 A, Gazcue, Telephone: 809 685-4150, e-mail:,

****** International Regular Exotic Neotropical

By: Julia and Victor Costales
The Project Room of Contemporary Art - FLACSO presents, from 11 to 15 April, the study of Neotropical International Regular Exoticism of artists Julia Rometti (France) and Victor Costales (Ecuador).

The International Regular Exotic Neotropical looking through the collection of existing documents (books and magazines used as well as publishing documents from other genres), poetically articulate an investigation into clandestine groups formations of the continent, political ideologies on which are based, forms of dissemination through printed documents, and indoor ornamental plants from tropical region it (territory comprising most of the continent from southern Mexico to southern Chile and Argentina).

field search for documents are the used bookstores, as the artists emphasize the object random book and circulation of knowledge, poetic reformulation through manipulation and association of these documents.

The study of Neotropical International Unregistered Exoticism is a space between the workshop and

office, where the joint work of artists of the documentation collected during their stay in Ecuador and Peru.

This project is part of the current exhibition "Studies for an Exhibition" which is being developed at The David Roberts Art Foundation in London. "Studies for an Exhibition" and proposes practical links exploring the possibilities of the immateriality and the temporary nature of an art object. The issue of time and accumulation is categorical for a sample that considers the recycling of our current reality as a means to generate new transitional forms.

The interested public can visit the studio during regular opening hours of Contemporary Art, from Monday to Friday, 9h to 13h and from 15h to 18h.

Paulina León, Coordinator of the Project Room, Art Today - FLACSO,

****** Two Brothers (trailer)

1st Release April 2010 - Only in theaters. The talented director Daniel Burman brings together two great icons of the national scene in Argentina, Graciela Borges and Antonio Gasalla, to star in her new film Two Brothers.

****** Rumba: The bank is evil (English Humanist Party).

THE HUMAN SPIRIT TRIUMPH ******* Freedom of farmers and workers belong to them and can not and should suffer any restriction. Corresponds to the peasants and workers to act, organize, understood in all domains of life, following your ideas and desires. (Army Black Makhnovist, Ukraine, 1925).

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