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Dossier February 2014

Illegal Commerce and Terrorist Cells

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As has been already been made clear, the Triple Frontier is known, first of all, as a flourishing centre of illegal and criminal activities. To understand the breadth of this phenomenon, one has only to see the statistics provided by Interpol showing that from 5 to 12 billion dollars are laundered each year by the…

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Puerto Iguacu – immersed in greenery

The Argentinean city of Puerto Iguaçu is the least active, not least because it has the lowest population with scarcely 80,000 inhabitants. Founded in 1901 with the name of Puerto Aguirre, the city constitutes an immense natural reserve immersed in greenery where tourism is the main business. In 1982, President Joao Batista Figueredo and Roberto…

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Foz do Iguacu – Tourism

Unlike Ciudad del Este, the Brazilian city of Foz do Iguacu is renowned for being both a centre of tourism and of agriculture. This city, the capital of the southern State of Parana, is located at the point where the river Iguaçu flows into the Rio Parana, creating the Iguaçu Falls. The population amounts to…

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Triple Frontier – Business, terrorism and strategic interests

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In the zone where Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina meet, surrounded by marvellous and striking scenes of nature, is the area better known as the Triple Frontier. The enchanting and heavenly beauty of the place owes most to the Iguazu falls. These are to be found in the heart of an unspoiled and verdant tropical jungle…

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Advocacy

Research and Rating, a tool of Advocacy.

Advocacy is a strategy used around the world by NGOs, activists, and even policy makers themselves, to influence policies. Advocacy is about creating reform of…

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Baobab

An Unhappy Fish.

0nce upon a time there was a colony of little fishes who lived together in their own small pool, isolated from the rest of the fish…

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Youth & Mission

Peace and Climate Justice is Needed to Save the Planet.

The world is afire again, the flames heartbreakingly consume shrubs, trees and forests in Australia, Portugal, Brazil, and recently in California and Siberia and elsewhere too.…

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