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How ‘Narcos’ Is Just Another Form of Cultural Imperialism

Whether it’s Coca-Cola, Yeezy Boost or Beyoncé, it appears that the world can’t quite quench its thirst for American culture. Not surprising, really – American products can be pretty great. But, as products can be also vehicles for the transmission of values, it’s always good to look beneath the veil and know what we’re consuming. […]
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