National Aeronautics and Space Council, 1958

By the end of World War II, two global superpowers emerged ready to expand their influence throughout the world–the United States and Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The US and the USSR recognized each other

Las Cortes Constituyentes, 1977

To say that the past century has been a tumultuous one for Spain would be something of an understatement. After a brief and chaotic twenty-three-month-long period as a Republic in the 1870s, the Bourbon monarchy

United Nations Security Council, 1956

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC)—perhaps more than any of the United Nations’ various other organs—can stake a reasonable claim to being one of the world’s single most powerful institutions. Founded in the wake of