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  • Jun 30 / 2016
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Africa

“Women Should Know That They Are Never Alone”

Dec 14, 2015 (The Daily Vox/All Africa Global Media via COMTEX) — Philani Sangweni (23) decided he wanted to make a difference in his community and work to end gender violence, so he joined Brothers for Life. I grew up in an environment where violence and drug use was prevalent. I used to see people [...]

  • Jun 30 / 2016
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North America

Paris Climate Talks Conclude With Landmark International Agreement

MICHEL MARTIN: And my thanks to Lynn Neary for sitting in for me last weekend. We begin today with news that negotiators in Paris have agreed to an ambitious, historic plan to curb global warming. The agreement is intended to fundamentally alter the way just about every country in the world uses energy, and it [...]

  • Jun 28 / 2016
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North America

House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security Hearing; “Terrorism and the Visa Waiver Program.”; Testimony by Ken Gude, Senior Fellow, National Security Team, Center for American Progress

Thank you Chairman Chaffetz, Ranking Member Cummings, the Chairs and Ranking Members of the two subcommittees, and all the Members of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, for inviting me to testify this morning. I am grateful for the opportunity to discuss my views on how we can best respond to the evolving tactics [...]

  • Jun 28 / 2016
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North America

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Hearing; “United Nations Peacekeeping and Opportunities for Reform.”; Testimony by Samantha Power, United States Permanent Representative To The United Nations, United States Mission to the United Nations, New York, New York

Chairman Corker, Ranking Member Cardin, distinguished members of the Committee, thank you for the invitation to testify today. I am grateful for this panel’s enduring commitment to American leadership at the United Nations and in the world. And I appreciate the rigor that your members bring to ensuring the oversight and effective use of our [...]

  • Jun 28 / 2016
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Middle East, North America

House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations Hearing; “Fulfilling the Humanitarian Imperative: Assisting Victims of ISIS Violence.”; Testimony by Bishop Kalabat, Chaldean Eparchy of St. Thomas the Apostle in America

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Chairman Smith, Ranking Member Bass, and distinguished Members of this Subcommittee, thank you very much for having me here before you today. This hearing could not come at a more critical time as it elevates the “responsibility to protect” the most vulnerable ethno-religious populations in Iraq [...]

  • Jan 07 / 2016
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North America

Candidates take sides on conflict in Syria and Iraq

News Candidates take sides on conflict in Syria and Iraq Carrie Powell-Davidson 804 words 10 October 2015 04:00 AM Alberni Times (British Columbia) wc41170 English © 2015 What role should Canada be taking in the ongoing conflict in Syria and Iraq? For the full article, click here. 

  • Dec 17 / 2015
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Europe, Middle East

Terrorisme global : “Une menace inédite qui met le droit en difficulté”

Terrorisme global : “Une menace inédite qui met le droit en difficulté” Laurence Neuer 1669 mots 17 décembre 2015 LePoint.fr POINFR 201512 Français Copyright 2015 Le Point. All Rights Reserved.   Sommes-nous en guerre ? Qui est l’ennemi ? Le recours à la force peut-il s’appuyer sur la “légitime défense” ? Éclairage avec Jean-Baptiste Jeangène [...]

  • Dec 04 / 2015
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Europe

La responsabilité de protéger – 3 questions à Jean-Baptiste Jeangène Vilmer

La responsabilité de protéger – 3 questions à Jean-Baptiste Jeangène Vilmer Édito 4 décembre 2015 Le point de vue de Pascal Boniface Jean-Baptiste Jeangène Vilmer, juriste et docteur en science politique et en philosophie, est enseignant à Sciences Po et titulaire de la chaire d’études sur la guerre du Collège d’études mondiales. Il répond à mes [...]

  • Dec 02 / 2015
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Europe

Faut-il intervenir en Syrie ?

Débat : faut-il intervenir en Syrie ? Le Monde.fr | 02.12.2015 à 12h34 • Mis à jour le 02.12.2015 à 13h00 | Propos recueillis par Gaïdz Minassian Abonnez vous à partir de 1 € Réagir ClasserPartager (158)Tweeter image: http://s2.lemde.fr/image2x/2015/12/02/534×0/4822342_7_5754_un-avion-rafale-francais-sur-le-point-de_666288672317b6f425c0e1488c863207.jpg     En savoir plus sur http://www.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2015/12/02/faut-il-intervenir-en-syrie_4822343_3232.html#1He7q6ygtUgDP4Hk.99 Au lendemain des attentats du 13 novembre, la France est entrée en guerre contre l’organisation Etat islamique en Syrie et a [...]

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