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Guerilla Growing

Hey Guys,  On the back of several discussions with people on Evoke about the food topic, I came up with an idea for guerilla growing, Rather than type it out again, you can find it here ; …Continue

Started Mar 18, 2010

 

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Optimism and Pessimism within Hyperglobalization : How McWorld vs Jihad is deconstructing States; A comparison between Pakistan and the Gaza Strip

After the great feedback from my 'Problems of reaching arms agreements' - I thought I'd post another academic-style blog post. Hope you enjoy as much as the last one guys!!



This project will a****s the argument that Globalization has led to an increasingly h***genized world culture, where cultures are subject to an imposed ‘Anglo-Americanization’. The project will go on to analyze to what extent there is a situation known as “McWorld vs Jihad”. This will be illustrated using a… Continue

Posted on March 21, 2010 at 11:38am — 2 Comments

Why I don't Care about cheaters

So I've just got a dozen messages in my inbox about people cheating on here. I really don't give a damn, because the Evokation has no bearing on the amount of points you have, and if you're using Evoke, I don't think you should be worried about points as the premisce of the game is solutions and ideas, and not making the most points you can.



so PLEASE stop drawing away from the point of the game, Come up with new ideas, innovate and discuss, rather than going on and on and on and on… Continue

Posted on March 20, 2010 at 9:23pm — 20 Comments

The main challenges to reaching and implementing arms control agreements.

I've learnt a lot from EVOKE, about things I would not necessarily have looked into before, and as my specialization is Politics, Social History and Sustainibility, I'm passing on the knowledge I can provide, here goes! ;



In this blog, I will attempt to a****s the hypothesis that reaching and implementing Arms Control agreements are challenged most of all by both the realist necessity to maximise power and security, and the individual level actor’s influence on agreements, with… Continue

Posted on March 19, 2010 at 1:14pm — 4 Comments

A reponse to Jan Lampe



There is much historiographical debate around the extent to which socialism was established within East Germany, and through the use of primary and secondary doc**ents, this blog aims to illustrate the extent to which Socialism was indeed established in Eastern Germany. This will be done through three main thematic levels of analysis. Exogenous factors, Cultural factors and economic factors.



By far the most important thematic level of analysis in the a****sment of East Germany’s… Continue

Posted on March 19, 2010 at 11:03am — 4 Comments

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Thanks! We still have to actually GET the funding, but at least now we can apply for it...
 
 
 

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