monuments

Including an interview with Ambassador Carlos García de Alba of Mexico, a discussion of historic Armenian monuments, and more. 

June 8, 2019

In part two of this two-part series, CPD Faculty Fellow Vivian Walker positions Hungary's brick-and-mortar revisionism as classic disinformation.

In part one of this two-part series, CPD Faculty Fellow Vivian Walker positions Hungary's brick-and-mortar revisionism as classic disinformation.

For more than 30 years, the hulking granite slabs inscribed with teachings in eight languages have raised profound and vexing issues: Why are they here? What do they mean? What do they say about life after Doomsday? But confronted with a deep and sustained economic slowdown, residents here in the professed Granite Capital of the World are now pondering something a bit more mundane: Is there a way to turn a mysterious 237,746-pound monument known as the Georgia Guidestones into a moneymaker?