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  • Aug 02 / 2016
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Europe

Brasil apoia Aliança das Civilizações como instrumento para prevenir ações unilaterais

Brasil apoia Aliança das Civilizações como instrumento para prevenir ações unilaterais 322 words 27 February 2013 Agência Lusa LUSA Serviço Lusofonia, Serviço Global Portuguese Copyright © Agência Lusa http://www.lusa.pt. Viena, 27 fev (Lusa) – O ministro das Relações Exteriores do Brasil, António Patriota, defendeu hoje o trabalho feito pela Aliança das Civilizações em prol do diálogo [...]

  • Jul 30 / 2016
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Europe

Peace and Conflict Management; Findings from University of Oxford Provides New Data on Peace and Conflict Management (The responsibility to prevent: Assessing the gap between rhetoric and reality)

2016 JUN 9 (VerticalNews) — By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Politics & Government Week — Current study results on Peace and Conflict Management have been published. According to news originating from Oxford, United Kingdom, by VerticalNews editors, the research stated, “This article engages with the debate on the efficacy of the Responsibility to [...]

  • Jul 30 / 2016
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Europe

Shorter visits Qaa and gifts army in Baalbeck: UK remains determined to support Lebanon’s stability

NNA – In a demonstration of the UK’s commitment to Lebanon’s stability, British Ambassador to Lebanon, Hugo Shorter, visited Qaa to express the UK’s solidarity with the municipality and its people and to see first-hand how the UK is supporting vulnerable border communities by strengthening the Lebanese Army and funding development projects which will improve [...]

  • Jul 30 / 2016
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Europe

Catholicism and violence; Time for some new religious thinking about war and peace

The Pontiff should use the intellect at his disposal to form a fully fledged doctrine POPE FRANCIS is getting an enthusiastic reception from Catholic youngsters from all over the world as he presides over World Youth Day, a Catholic festival that actually lasts a week, in Poland. But some people are not so pleased with him. Both [...]

  • Jul 30 / 2016
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Europe

Terrorisme. Alain Juppé : « Ni angélisme, ni surenchère »

Terrorisme. Alain Juppé : « Ni angélisme, ni surenchère » Terrorisme - Modifié le 30/07/2016 à 10:08 | Publié le 30/07/2016 à 07:30 écouter Alain Juppé, un des favoris pour la primaire à droite, a vanté vendredi son « sang-froid » dans la réponse aux actes terroristes, rejetant l’« angélisme » comme la « surenchère », alors que Manuel Valls a [...]

  • Jul 29 / 2016
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Europe

La ley internacional no tiene una solución única para Siria Por Christoph Sator (dpa)

La ley internacional no tiene una solución única para Siria Por Christoph Sator (dpa) 702 words 29 August 2013 08:38 AM dpa Servicio Internacional en Español DPAES Spanish Copyright 2013. dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur Berlín/Nueva York, 29 ago (dpa) – Los preparativos para una acción de castigo occidental encabezada por Estados Unidos contra el líder sirio [...]

  • Jul 29 / 2016
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Europe

Intervenciones militares sin mandato de la ONU

Intervenciones militares sin mandato de la ONU 709 words 28 August 2013 12:25 PM Deutsche Welle DEUES Spanish © 2013. Deutsche Welle El mandato de la ONU para una intervención en Siria no se vislumbra. Pero los preparativos para un ataque aéreo ya están en marcha, mientras la ONU reflexiona sobre nuevos conceptos para tales [...]

  • Jul 28 / 2016
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Europe

Students tackle world crises

Utopian timeline, TV shows and surprise committees – Model United Nation (MUN) meets in city schools have left no genres unexplored over the past couple of years. The Heritage MUN (THSMUN) 2016 was different – it chose to stick to convention. Participants of around 12 schools, including Don Bosco, Park Circus, Loreto House, St. James’ [...]

  • Jul 28 / 2016
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Europe

War no crime for leaders

Report highlights legal minefield for soldiers while politicians are protected I happened to be in London this week when the Chilcot report came out. Seven years in the making, it’s a comprehensive evaluation of British involvement in Iraq, from well before 9/11 and right up until British troops withdrew in 2009. The report is gargantuan [...]

  • Jul 28 / 2016
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Europe, Middle East

The moral issues surrounding the Iraq war remain

The moral issues surrounding the Iraq war remain A policy of universal non-intervention won’t solve the ethical dilemma that arises when nations butcher their own people, writes Andrew MacLeod. O n February 3, 2003, a short time before the Iraq war began, I wrote on these pages that Iraq posed a moral dilemma for the [...]