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Who Breaks a Butterfly on a Wheel?

Dictators will try to defeat art that opposes its vision of the world, but the resilience of art is inherent in its nature. Dictators can try to stifle it, imprison it, but history shows that it is impossible to fully wipe out or control art. In the end, you cannot break a butterfly on a wheel.

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Freedom of Expression

Charlie Hebdo is a French weekly magazine that specializes in political and cultural satire. Its texts are caustic and tend to target leaders on the right, bankers, and religious prophets.

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Intervention: Tutela Writ Against the Artistic Project “Blanco Porcelana”

The Constitutional Court invited us opine on the tension between freedom of expression and artistic creation, and the right to privacy and the reputation, in the context of artwork that addresses racial discrimination.

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Daydreaming

At this point, with a few hours left until it is time for the traditional grapes and apple cider, the risk-takers have made all the political predictions for next year. Some have already re-elected Santos, other have reached a peace agreement, elected a new Congress and formed parliamentary coalitions.

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