Monthly Archives: July 2012

London 2012: Too big for whom?

IF THE SIZE of the Olympics are not reduced, they may become awarded only to rich and authoritarian regimes in the future. Professor Jean-Loup Chappelet, sports governance expert at IDHEAP in Lausanne, analyses the risks of Olympic gigantism.

Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Olympics – London

National pastimes

The two countries of the world, along with the United States, which have the greatest national obsession with baseball, are two of the main targets of U.S. foreign policy: Venezuela and Cuba.

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized