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  • How tax brackets actually work
    How tax brackets actually work There is a common misunderstanding about how tax brackets work in the US, and it’s causing us to have uninformed debates about taxes.

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    When Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez proposed a 70 percent top income tax rate, many conservatives started saying Democrats wants to take away 70 percent of Americans’ hard-earned money. This is not only wrong, but it takes advantage of something Americans have long misunderstood: tax brackets. It’s time to fix that with a simple, paper-made video.

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  • Why Latinos Are Converting to Islam
    Why Latinos Are Converting to Islam Latinos are one of the fastest growing groups within Islam in America. VICE's Lee Adams travels to Houston Texas, the home of America's first Islam in Spanish center, to investigate what’s behind this phenomenon and how America’s current political climate might be related.

    As a former gang leader, Jaime "Mujahid" Fletcher claims that Islam saved his life, inspiring him to found the Islam in Spanish center. He dedicated himself to translating Muslim texts for a Spanish-speaking audience.

    We spoke to Jaime and other recent Latino Muslim converts to find out why two of America’s most discriminated groups are coming together.

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  • Video gambling: Not a great way to fund a government
    Video gambling: Not a great way to fund a government What happened when Illinois legalized machines known as “the crack cocaine of gambling”.

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    For more in-depth reporting, check out ProPublica Illinois’ feature piece on video gambling: https://features.propublica.org/the-bad-bet/how-illinois-bet-on-video-gambling-and-lost/ And if you want more of their articles, you can sign up for their newsletter here: https://go.propublica.org/ppil-vox

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    Nearly a decade ago, Illinois lawmakers legalized video gambling. They hoped that the machines, which offered up electronic versions of games like slots or poker, would generate billions of dollars of revenue for the state. So they passed a bill quickly, with little debate, to expand the industry dramatically. Illinois now has more than 30,000 of these machines, and more locations to legally place a bet than Nevada.

    A ProPublica Illinois investigation has found that the expansion of video gambling hasn’t pulled Illinois out of debt — it’s actually accelerated it. While people in Illinois have gambled a lot more on machines that can be highly addictive, most of the additional money has ended up in the hands of a small group of companies behind video gambling.

    Watch the video above to find out what this could mean for the states and cities across the country considering gambling expansions.

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  • I Went Sex Toy Shopping in India: Sex Rated
    I Went Sex Toy Shopping in India: Sex Rated Sex is largely a taboo subject in India, where vibrators, dildos, and other sex toys aren’t just rarely discussed, they’re tightly regulated. Still, the devices have been quietly sold in the country for years, and a growing number of Indians are using them, giving rise to a wave of designers, companies, and vendors who are trying to fill that demand—and, at the same time, encourage sex-positivity in a culture that’s long been resistant to it.

    On this episode of ‘VICE INTL,’ VICE India's Rytasha Rathore dives into the country’s burgeoning sex toy market, visiting a street vendor who sells them, sitting in on an online sex toy company’s focus group, and meeting with experts who tell her what the future of sex toys in India might look like.

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  • False Positive | New mini-series coming soon
    False Positive | New mini-series coming soon Next week we're launching a three-part miniseries about the bad forensic science that put an innocent man behind bars.

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    False Positive tells the story of Robert Lee Stinson, who was wrongly convicted of murder on the basis of forensic bite mark evidence. Through his arrest, trial, and exoneration, Vox producer Joss Fong explains the structural flaws that make the US criminal justice system vulnerable to bad science.

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  • I Rented Friends to Be More Popular on Instagram
    I Rented Friends to Be More Popular on Instagram Family Romance is a Japanese company that specializes in, of all things, “people for rent.” No matter what kind of stand-in you’re looking for—a friend, a spouse, a parent, a colleague—the company provides you with a complete stranger that can sub in for the real thing, with an eye toward making your life look a little more thrilling, glamorous, or accomplished online than it might be in reality.

    Founder Yuichi Ishii guarantees that photos taken as a part of what he calls his “Life Enjoyment Representation Service” will rack up at least 100 likes on Instagram—and often times, they wind up netting much more than that.

    We hit up Family Romance to give the service a try, hiring six of the company’s employees to throw VICE Japan’s Kumpei Kuwamoto a wild birthday party—or at least what looked like one online.

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  • Two Generations of Tattoo Artists on the Evolution of Tattooing: Back in My Day
    Two Generations of Tattoo Artists on the Evolution of Tattooing: Back in My Day A generational conversation. Time changes a lot of things. The texture of our skin, the ripeness of a fruit... in the last few generations we have seen massive changes in society, industries and technology.

    In this series we invite two people from completely different generations to sit and chat about what things used to be like back in their day and what things are like now.

    In this episode we invited Doc Price (85) and Fidjit (27) to discuss how Instagram changed the tattoo game and how they feel about EVERYONE having tattoos now.

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  • How humans disrupted a cycle essential to all life
    How humans disrupted a cycle essential to all life How one animal dug up carbon and put it back into the atmosphere at an astounding pace.

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    Carbon cycles through earth at a steady pace. Plants and microorganisms absorb carbon, which helps them grow. Animals and bacteria eat the plants, breathe out carbon into the atmosphere, and take some carbon underground when they die. And a similar process happens in the ocean. It's nearly a closed loop, although some plants and animals don't decay fast enough so they turn into fossil fuel, which traps the carbon underground. But one animal started to dig up that carbon — and burn it.

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  • The Rise of Asian Rap Culture with Rich Brian, 88rising, and $tupid Young
    The Rise of Asian Rap Culture with Rich Brian, 88rising, and $tupid Young A growing number of Asian artists have burst onto the hip-hop scene over the past few years, thanks, in large part, to 88rising—a multimedia company that specializes in signing and amplifying Asian talent.

    Founder Sean Miyashiro has helped artists like Joji, Higher Brothers, and Rich Brian (formerly known as Rich Chigga) build massive followings and net millions of views on YouTube, where the rappers upload a steady stream of music videos. But even as their popularity skyrockets, some in the hip-hop community take issue with their lyrics—raising questions about the line between self-expression and cultural appropriation.

    For this episode of ‘MINORITY REPORTS,’ VICE’s Lee Adams met up with Miyashiro and a handful of high-profile Asian rappers—including $tupid Young, an Asian Crip unaffiliated with 88rising—to hear why they got into hip-hop, and what challenges they've faced while creating space for themselves as hip-hop's newest minorities.

    He also sat down with Ebro Darden—a Hot 97 morning host and Apple Music’s global editorial head of hip-hop and R&B—to hear his take on the cultural movement, exploring what separates contributing to hip-hop culture from misappropriating it.

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  • Why video games are made of tiny triangles
    Why video games are made of tiny triangles Inside your favorite games — Red Dead Redemption 2, Fortnite, PUBG, Rocket League — you’ll find millions of tiny triangles.

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    Games today are meticulously detailed. They’re mysterious and heartwarming, and colorful and stylized. And that makes them a technical challenge. Though computing power has skyrocketed, gamemakers keep competing to add more detail to their games, pushing the limits of what even the newest technology can compute. Game technology needs to constantly keep up with gamemakers’ creative ambitions.

    Triangles are a key part of how these gorgeous, detailed games appear on your screen — the hidden heroes we should all thank as we play. This simple shape helps keep the number of computations needed for each detail as low as possible, allowing the player's computer to process these elaborate games.

    Watch the video above to find out how triangles make room for creators to build the beautiful games that exist today.

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  • Zimbabwe's Codeine Cough Syrup Epidemic
    Zimbabwe's Codeine Cough Syrup Epidemic Zimbabwe is at risk of losing its youth to codeine cough syrup, as the addiction epidemic has already engulfed what the experts estimate could be over half the country’s young people. Despite the growing problem, Zimbabwe’s government has not yet opened rehabilitation clinics, meaning addicts are often sent to prison or psychiatric wards.

    The cough syrup, often of the brand BronCleer, is imported illegally from South Africa, and is sold on every street corner, in bars, school yards and on busses for as little as $3 a bottle.

    We meet current and former users, as well as the NGOs pushing the government to open up rehabs, to find out why cough syrup has become the drug of choice for so many young Zimbabweans.

    This documentary was produced with help from DanChurchAid.

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  • How salmonella-tainted food gets in your fridge
    How salmonella-tainted food gets in your fridge The USDA knows it’s there.

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    Salmonella is the most common food-borne illness in the US. More than a million people get sick from it every year and nearly 400 people die as a result. That’s because food safety regulators allow producers to sell products containing the bacteria and won’t issue a recall until after people get sick.

    Watch the video above to learn why salmonella outbreaks are still a regular, dangerous occurrence.

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  • A Day in South America’s “Most Humane” Prison
    A Day in South America’s “Most Humane” Prison Prisons in Latin America have the reputation of being the most violent and dangerous in the world; overcrowded concrete spaces where corruption, gangs, and drug cartels reign. By contrast, Punta de Rieles offers a different reality. Located in the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo, it's known as "the prison from which nobody wants to escape".

    The almost 100-acre property features ample outdoor space where inmates can live, work, do yoga, have pets, and play music. Here, the focus is on helping prisoners re-acclimate to society before they've even left confinement. VICE en Español spent the day at Punta de Rieles, talking to inmates and learning about Uruguay's progressive "open" prison.

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  • Crop Circle Theorist Thinks the Truth is Out There
    Crop Circle Theorist Thinks the Truth is Out There VICE goes to meet Andy Thomas, mystery buster, to find out what he knows about the creation of crop circles. Are they made by humans, aliens or other super natural forces? The truth is out there somewhere, and Andy is on track to find out.

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  • The Motel for the Homeless & Ex-Prisoners (Part 3: The Stay Inn)
    The Motel for the Homeless & Ex-Prisoners (Part 3: The Stay Inn) WATCH PART 1: https://youtu.be/cyMlwIiZDRE
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    VICE embed with the staff and residents of The Stay Inn, a motel that gets most of its clientele through prison and homeless services. Arrests and fights between residents are a common occurrence and everyone here has a past that involves tragedy, mental illness, drug abuse or incarceration.

    In the midst of an unprecedented homelessness crisis in Melbourne, we see members of The Stay Inn community hope and plan for a better future. But while they dream of breaking the cycle of poverty, The Stay Inn is as close to a home as most of them will get for now.

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  • The Motel for the Homeless & Ex-Prisoners (Part 2: The Stay Inn)
    The Motel for the Homeless & Ex-Prisoners (Part 2: The Stay Inn) WATCH PART 1: https://youtu.be/cyMlwIiZDRE

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    In the midst of an unprecedented homelessness crisis in Melbourne, we see members of The Stay Inn community hope and plan for a better future. But while they dream of breaking the cycle of poverty, The Stay Inn is as close to a home as most of them will get for now.

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  • The Motel for the Homeless and Ex-Prisoners: The Stay Inn (Part 1)
    The Motel for the Homeless and Ex-Prisoners: The Stay Inn (Part 1) VICE embed with the staff and residents of The Stay Inn, a motel that gets most of its clientele through prison and homeless services. Arrests and fights between residents are a common occurrence and everyone here has a past that involves tragedy, mental illness, drug abuse or incarceration.

    In the midst of an unprecedented homelessness crisis in Melbourne, we see members of The Stay Inn community hope and plan for a better future. But while they dream of breaking the cycle of poverty, The Stay Inn is as close to a home as most of them will get for now.

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  • The case against cash bail
    The case against cash bail Cash bail is great…if you can pay for it.

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    Lawmakers, activists, and reformers want to end cash bail, the practice of requiring a defendant to pay money to be released from jail before trial.

    Mounting evidence has shown that cash bail unfairly affects low-income minorities who don’t have the money to pay for release before their trial. As a result, defendants languish in jail while waiting for court dates.

    While in jail, many of them lose their jobs, housing, and parental rights, all of which can weaken their community network, erode domestic relationships, and cost the government money to keep them in jail.

    Defenders of cash bail claim it is an effective mechanism for keeping violent criminals in jail. Despite their efforts to protect the status quo, several states have pursued bail reform. These states model their new systems on a pretrial risk assessment system. Risk assessments use algorithms to analyze data about a defendant and make recommendations for their pretrial release.

    The District of Columbia has used risk assessments since the early 1990s with success. But many reform activists are concerned that when cash bail is replaced with risk assessments, courts are using another unjust — and potentially more biased — pretrial release mechanism.

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  • The New Year's Eve song, explained
    The New Year's Eve song, explained The US associates "Auld Lang Syne" with the New Year, but not everyone does.

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    After the ball drops in Times Square on New Year's Eve, the crowd cheers, couples kiss, confetti flies and the song you hear is "Auld Lang Syne." For Americans this song is associated with another year passing, but it means something else entirely in other cultures. Since the Scottish poet Robert Burns first published the words to the song in the 18th century, the melody has been adapted as a soccer ballad in the Netherlands, a graduation song in Japan, and more.

    This video explains how an obscure Scottish folk tune took on new life around the world and how Guy Lombardo solidified it as the sound the US hears at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve.

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  • Meet A Professional Poo Diver
    Meet A Professional Poo Diver Next time you’re having a shit day at work, spare a thought for Australia’s professional poo divers. They’re tasked with making sure the country’s sewerage processing plants are running well. They suit up and dive down into toxic ponds of excrement to clear obstructions and manage the huge machines that keep things regular.

    In the nation’s poop they’ve found teeth, undies, and a lot of corn. The job is hard, they’re submerged in thick sludge, working in the pitch dark, with nothing to guide them other than their instincts. But what sounds like hell to us, they find strangely peaceful. And the smell? To them, it just “smells like money.”

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  • 2018, in 5 minutes
    2018, in 5 minutes Another year, another end-of-year video.

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  • Why monks had that haircut
    Why monks had that haircut There was a lot of thought behind the style — and controversy.

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    What was the deal with that monk haircut? In this episode of Vox Almanac, Phil Edwards explores the history and controversy behind the style.

    Known as "tonsure," the typical monk hairstyle has many variations throughout religions. The particular hairstyle worn by Christian monks has its own variations and controversies as well. Three different types of tonsure were popular: a coronal tonsure, a Pauline tonsure, and a third Celtic tonsure that came to represent the differences between the Roman Catholic and Celtic Catholic church.

    The winding path of this tonsure is a new way to look at the division within the religion and the unpredictable ways something like hair can represent faith.

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  • Il primo tatuatore italiano
    Il primo tatuatore italiano Gian Maurizio Fercioni ha cominciato a tatuare professionalmente nel 1967 ed è il proprietario di uno dei primi negozi di tatuaggi del nostro paese, il Queequeg Tattoo Studio & Museo di Milano.

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    The World War II battle against STDs Not all of World War II’s battles were public. Venereal disease was a major front in the war.

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    Venereal disease has long been an issue for militaries, but during World War II, the problem became bigger and more global. That required unusual tactics and unorthodox strategies to beat syphilis and gonorrhea during the war. In this episode of Vox Almanac, Phil Edwards explores some of the ways the United States military fought this epidemic.

    Starting with Bousbir in Casablanca, it’s a tour of the uneasy relationship the military had with prostitution, recreational sex, and the venereal diseases that soldiers contracted. Both in America and around the world, it was a significant problem that resulted in health troubles and days lost on the battlefield.

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  • The Indian Gangster Arsenal: Disposable Guns & Assault Rifles | Created with Prime Original Mirzapur
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    Zombie Drug: The Truth About Flakka A few years ago, a new synthetic drug called Flakka appeared in Florida. It wasn’t long before viral videos and sensationalized news reports of alleged Flakka overdoses started to spread across the internet, and people began comparing its effects to that of a zombie outbreak. One supposed incident involved a person who allegedly ate off a homeless man’s face on the side of a highway. The drug’s effects are often compared to that of bath salts, and include hallucinations, “superhuman" strength, and a state of “excited delirium” that is credited with driving the lunatic actions of some users.

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    Why “Buy one, get one free” isn’t a great deal For a thrifty shopper, a “Buy one, get one” (BOGO) deal can sound like the best way to get more bang for their buck. But the appeal of BOGO is why it’s hard for consumers to see it for what it is.

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    Can a Millennial Troll Survive NATO's Biggest War Games? In 2018 NATO, the European and North American military alliance, organised one of the biggest war games ever enacted named Trident Juncture. This massive show of force included 10, 000 vehicles, 150 aircraft and 65 ships from 28 countries all being shipped to Norway to take part. And for some reason they've allowed VICE's resident dickhead Alhan Gençay to come along for the ride. Will they be able to craft his pathetic millennial character into a noble fighting machine?

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  • Violenza ostetrica: uno dei problemi sommersi della sanità italiana
    Violenza ostetrica: uno dei problemi sommersi della sanità italiana In Italia, secondo un’indagine, negli ultimi 14 anni almeno un milione di madri avrebbe subito abusi da parte del personale ospedaliero. Abusi che vanno dalle offese, al rifiuto di offrire farmaci per il dolore, all’obbligare la donna a partorire in posizioni che non ha scelto, fino a casi di cesarei fatti senza consenso, operazioni e manovre dolorose eseguite senza alcuna spiegazione—tutto questo è violenza ostetrica.

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  • Why Colombia is losing the cocaine war
    Why Colombia is losing the cocaine war There’s a reason why Colombia can’t beat cocaine.
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    Colombia is the world’s largest producer of cocaine and the US is the largest consumer of the drug. Cocaine comes from the leaf of the coca plant which is harvested and processed in Colombia. Despite the Colombian government’s effort to eradicate the plant, coca cultivation is at an all time high. In this episode we go deep into the cocaine economy and discover why this problem is so hard to solve.

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  • My First Day Working on Set for a Custom Fetish Video
    My First Day Working on Set for a Custom Fetish Video VICE’s Taji Ameen landed a job as a Production Assistant for Anatomik Media, a custom fetish video company which produces fully personalized videos curated to the fantasy of one private client.

    His first day of work was on a production entitled “Birthday Party Massacre”, a video made to satisfy a client’s unique desires including feet, stockings, sploshing, destruction, humiliation and inflatables.

    Taji was on hand to complete various tasks and responsibilities from collecting cakes, to assisting star of the film Casey Calvert and her fellow performers, to picking up the aftermath.

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  • The Forgotten Victims of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
    The Forgotten Victims of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Seven years on after one of the most catastrophic natural and nuclear disasters in history, we return to Fukushima to push past the headlines and tell the untold story of the forgotten victims of the disaster, the survivors who are still waiting to return home. Nearly 100,000 people still live in temporary housing the size of a western bathroom, radiation levels are as high as 3 millisieverts, risk of cancer in infants has increased dramatically, and the only hope for improvement lies within the hands of the government and powerplant owners TEPCO.

    This documentary ventures into the off-limits exclusion zone to hear exclusive first-hand accounts from survivors and learn how these displaced people – for whom the memory of the disaster has not faded, still wait.

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  • How the Saudis ended up with so many American weapons
    How the Saudis ended up with so many American weapons And why they want more.

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    Saudi Arabia and the US have a partnership that's been in the making for over seven decades. It started after World War II and survived the Iranian Revolution, the Cold War, the Gulf War, September 11, and the proliferation of conflicts across the Middle East. This whole time, the US has been selling weapons to Saudi Arabia -- now its number one customer. Saudis bought bombs, tanks, guns, and planes over the years to defend themselves from various threats. The US supplied those weapons because the Saudi’s threats have usually been a threat to the US as well.

    Today, there's a shift in the relationship. Saudi Arabia’s intervention in Yemen has created the worst humanitarian disaster in the world - and thrown the Middle East into chaos. The problem is, the Saudis are using US bombs to do it.

    For footage and reporting on the schoolbus bombing in Dahyan, Yemen, we turned to the investigative site Bellingcat as a source. For data on arms agreements and sales we relied on the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute and the Defense Security Cooperation Agency. For our reporting on the Arab-Israeli arms race, we referred to policy papers by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and the Congressional Research Service. We used research by the Brookings Institute and the Center for International Policy for contemporary U.S.-Saudi arms agreements analysis. Human Rights Watch reporting informed our coverage of the airstrikes and casualties in Yemen. A list of experts we spoke with are listed in the credits of the video.

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    The first time a U.S. president met a Saudi king
    Yemen’s guerrilla war tests military ambitions of big-spending Saudis
    The Persian Gulf: Arms Race or Arms Control? (1975)
    Oil Dependence and U.S. Foreign Policy 1850-2017
    How the 1973 Oil Embargo Saved the Planet
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    The Arms Trade: The Real Lesson of the Gulf War
    A Saudi Prince’s Quest to Remake the Middle East
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  • 10 domande che hai sempre voluto fare a... un sammarinese
    10 domande che hai sempre voluto fare a... un sammarinese "10 domande a..." è la rubrica in cui prendiamo tutte le domande che hai sempre voluto fare a una certa categoria di persone e le rivolgiamo agli interessati di turno. In questa puntata cerchiamo di fare chiarezza sulla Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino, quello staterello di 61 km quadrati su cui in Italia abbiamo un sacco di strane credenze. Tra cui: San Marino è il paradiso dell'evasione? È vero che i sammarinesi sono tutti parenti? Cosa ci fanno con tutte quelle armi in vendita?

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  • The Nexus of Crime and Politics in India | Created with Prime Original Mirzapur
    The Nexus of Crime and Politics in India | Created with Prime Original Mirzapur To build infrastructure in the underdeveloped parts of UP, the government contracts the construction work out to private contractors. Criminal gangs use intimidation, violence, and corruption to get these lucrative contracts at a higher bid than the going rate, and then go on to cut corners and show losses to increase their profits even more.

    These organized criminal gangs have a lot of power and influence in the state of UP, and we explain how they function in this episode of 'क se Crime', the VICE guide to crime in India - 'G se Gang'.

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  • How Lean Became Rap’s Most Wanted Drug
    How Lean Became Rap’s Most Wanted Drug Also known as Sizzurp, Dirty Sprite, or Purple Drank, “lean” is often made by mixing prescription-strength codeine cough syrup with soda.

    The drink has become popularized in hip-hop culture over the last several years, with famous rappers drinking and featuring it in their music videos. Now the trend has spread to social media, making it even more popular among fans who are posting to emulate some of their favorite rap stars.

    VICE’s Matt Shea travels to Florida to meet some users and distributors of lean to see its influence on pop culture first-hand.

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    Why advertisers are tracking your emojis ???? It’s not just your Google keywords anymore. Advertisers are developing ads to target consumers based on the emojis they use.

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    With Twitter’s new emoji tracking tool, advertisers can track how and when users post emojis and determine users’ emotional state. Depending on those feelings, they can deliver ads that best match their emotions at that time.

    Advertisers say that this will allow them to deliver more relevant ads, but there are opposite concerns about consumer privacy. Watch this video to learn how advertisers are using this tool and how it changes the ads users see on Twitter.

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  • Europe’s First Sex Doll Brothel
    Europe’s First Sex Doll Brothel Are sex dolls the future of prostitution? Joel Golby heads to Barcelona to visit the centre of this strange battleground for the future of sexual politics.

    On one side, there's Europe's First Sex Doll Brothel that's opened up with Serge Prieto, the Sex Doll CEO, presiding over his legion of lifeless dolls. These dolls share a building with real life sex workers who compete for the attention of Barcelona's paying public.

    On the other side of town, there's the first signs of a sex doll resistance from a competing traditional brothel whose owner, Stephan, wants to maintain control of the market.

    Overlooking this turf war in the hills is the world's leading sex robot inventor, Sergi Santos, who along with his wife, the self-titled G Spot Maker, is pushing sex doll technology to its limits.

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  • How this African beat spread through Latin America
    How this African beat spread through Latin America Colombia’s folk beat has African roots.
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    Cumbia is a growing staple of Latin American music. Its driving beat can be heard all over the continent, from Argentina to Mexico to the US. Cumbia’s catchy rhythms can be traced back to the villages along the river banks of Colombia’s Rio Magdalena where mostly African and American indigenous musical elements fused together to create a whole new style of music. And Cumbia keeps evolving. Today DJs and pop stars are bringing Cumbia into the electronic realm. But no matter how much it evolves, it always comes back to Colombia.

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  • What we get wrong about affirmative action
    What we get wrong about affirmative action The latest allegation that Harvard discriminates against Asians could kill affirmative action altogether.

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    An alleged discrimination case against Harvard has put the affirmative action debate in the spotlight again — this time with Asian Americans being used to make the case against it. But the problem is, the way we talk about race in college admissions hasn’t changed for years…and it’s often wrong.

    While we may think of affirmative action as a policy that boosts college applicants of color to help undo the effects of historical discrimination — the Supreme Court has actually narrowed the use of affirmative action over decades of rulings. And now, armed with an allegation that Harvard is using race in college admissions to discriminate against Asian applicants — conservative opponents of affirmative action may put the issue back in the hands of a majority-conservative Supreme Court.

    Watch the video above to find out what we get wrong about the debate, and how Asians may fit into the complicated use of affirmative action in US college admissions.

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    About 80 to 90 percent of sandy beaches along America's coastlines are eroding. This is a problem because the developments humans build near them are static. So as beaches shrink, coastal hazards can threaten to damage or destroy homes and businesses while negatively impacting tourism that depends on the beach.

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