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Why There Are No More Trees in Ñeembucú  
   

Why There Are No More Trees in Ñeembucú

Piles of lumber outside of the textile factory in Pilar.
Ten Things You Might Not Have Known About Paraguay and Were Afraid to Ask

April 21st 2006
1. Corruption - Paraguay was declared the third most corrupt country on earth by Transparency International’s 2002’s Corruption Perceptions Index (out of 102 nations ranked). In order to combat this, Paul teaches a class on political ethics at his site in Pilar. My question is: Is it ethical to teach ethics in such an unethical society? 😉 Won’t the students who take Paul’s teachings ... read more
South America » Paraguay

Paraguayan Flag In the disastrous War of the Triple Alliance (1865-70), Paraguay lost two-thirds of all adult males and much of its territory. It stagnated economically for the next half century. In the Chaco War of 1932-35, large, economically important areas were ... ... read more
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