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“Plata O Pomo” – Baja California Sur

John Gaugin-Rosenthal and Matthew Mesisklis Baja California has served as a tourist hub for decades – luxurious real estate, pristine beaches, and excessive (well-deserved) drinking characterize the area. Now, a year following the extradition of El Chapo, several factions are … Continue reading

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The Catalonian Reconquista

Catalonia has long been culturally distinct from Spain, with its own Catalan dialect preferred to Spanish. When the nations of Aragon and Castille merged in 1492, Catalonia still had a measure of autonomy, yet has been part of Spain ever … Continue reading

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