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Where there is a Will – there is Brazil  Society 2020, despite the Pandemic
Where there is a Will – there is Brazil Society 2020, despite the Pandemic

COVID-19 and its social cultural and overall impact in Latin American societies.  By Edna dos Santos-Duisenberg. (10/21/2020)

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Myanmar Soldiers Corroborate the Rohingya Experience Ahead of National Elections
Myanmar Soldiers Corroborate the Rohingya Experience Ahead of National Elections

Upcoming Myanmar elections affecting plight of the Rohnigyas.  By Noor Kumar. (09/30/2020)

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De-funding Global Health
De-funding Global Health

Funds are being reduced to Global Health Intiatives.  What are the facts and potential impacts?  By M. Patel Virendra.  (08/31/2020)

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Can the BLM movement be equated with China’s Cultural Revolution?
Can the BLM movement be equated with China’s Cultural Revolution?

Analyzing parallels between the Black Lives Matter movement to the Cultural Movement. By Dr. Tao Peng. (07/15/2020)

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Some ideas about a human right to childlessness
Some ideas about a human right to childlessness

Author calls for an end to forced marriage and pressure to reproduce.  By Dr. Anna Cornelia Beyer. (06/17/2020)

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The Untapped Resource In The MENA Region
The Untapped Resource In The MENA Region

Author analyzes the current situation for women in the MENA region, focusing on women's employment gap, and suggests ways to empower women both in the workplace and politics.  By Fati... Read More...



World on Autopilot II
World on Autopilot II

The UN Security Council should urgently address Covid-19 – addendum.  By Amb. Hasmy Agam and Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (05/29/2020)

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The Lighter Side: 90 Minutes in The Wild West
The Lighter Side: 90 Minutes in The Wild West

A trip to the store is now like a journey in the Wild West.  By Sam Ward. (05/26/2020)

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Controlling Coronavirus and Egypt’s Government
Controlling Coronavirus and Egypt’s Government

Controlling power in Egypt during the COVID-19 crisis.  By Maria Ahmed. (05/21/2020)

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The lighter side: Pandemics and Zombies and Stuff
The lighter side: Pandemics and Zombies and Stuff

When you're stuck at home in pandemic times, there's always zombie movies.  By Sam Ward. (05/19/2020)

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The lighter side: Indigo Corona Logic
The lighter side: Indigo Corona Logic

Drawing parallels between the pandemic and Indigo snakes. By Sam Ward. (05/22/2020)

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Learning in light of crisis
Learning in light of crisis

The challenges of education and science in southeast Asia during the pandemic. By Rattana Lao. (05/13/2020)

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Yes, It's Time for Reparations
Yes, It's Time for Reparations

COVID-19 is really showing off the worst parts of America's failure to serve its minority populations. The question of reparations is a recurring theme around this discourse, and now that Congr... Read More...



Mass Incarceration and the Consequences of Disparate Drug-Sentencing
Mass Incarceration and the Consequences of Disparate Drug-Sentencing

It's time for positive changes in mass incarceration and drug sentencing policies. By Andrew Somple. (05/08/2020)

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Leadership for Thought: Non-Permanent members lead the Security Council through COVID-19
Leadership for Thought: Non-Permanent members lead the Security Council through COVID-19

Author calls for an urgent Session of the UN Security Council in this time of the Covid-19 pandemic, explaining why non-permanent members should take a leading role. By Elizabeth Deheza. (04/2... Read More...



The Taking of Indigenous People: The International Demand of Illegal Deforestation in Brazil
The Taking of Indigenous People: The International Demand of Illegal Deforestation in Brazil

Brazil's actions against indigenous people must end. By Gloria Abril Monroy. (02/04/2020)

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Black: Its importance and its legacy
Black: Its importance and its legacy

The issue of race in Latin America.  By Yoneko Shiraishi. (02/15/2019)

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Breaking Bad: The Dangers of the Shipbreaking Industry
Breaking Bad: The Dangers of the Shipbreaking Industry

The effects of shipbreaking on environments and populations. By Catie Brown. (01/16/2019)

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Lettre à un Ami Canadien
Lettre à un Ami Canadien

To Canadians, let's talk about multi-culturalism.  By Dr. Bruce Mabley. (12/15/2018)

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From Vicious Cycle to the American Dream: Sect 201 of the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act
From Vicious Cycle to the American Dream: Sect 201 of the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act

Section 201 of the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act of 2018 is an important and necessary step forward. By April Xiaoyi Xu. (11/26/2018)

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Right to Childlessness
Right to Childlessness

There should be a protected right for woment to not have children. By Dr. Cornelia Beyer. (10/21/2018)

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Refugee Crisis on Jeju Island Reveals the Pride and Prejudice of South Korea’s Ecstatic Populism
Refugee Crisis on Jeju Island Reveals the Pride and Prejudice of South Korea’s Ecstatic Populism

Xenophobia reveals itself from the Sourth Korean refugee issue on Jeju Island. By Won Min(Mark) Seo. (08/02/2018)

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Kosovo Ghost Court Delays Justice to Victims and Their Families
Kosovo Ghost Court Delays Justice to Victims and Their Families

Tragedy and inaction follows war crimes court, Specialist Chamber and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office, in prosecuting members of the KLA. By Judge Dean B. Pineles. (04/26/2018)

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Documentaries for Peace
Documentaries for Peace

Documentary films can provide another avenue for peace and global understanding. By Dr. Cornelia Beyer.  (01/10/2018)

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Position Paper on Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Position Paper on Rohingya Refugee Crisis

ASEAN should take more responsibility in settling the issue of Rohingya Refugee Crisis. By Adritho Zaifar. (01/08/2018)

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Countering the Narrative of Political Corruption as an Obstacle to Nigeria’s Economic Development
Countering the Narrative of Political Corruption as an Obstacle to Nigeria’s Economic Development

The major challenge to Nigeria’s development is not political corruption but a lack of direction. By Chambers Umezulike. (06/22/2017)

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Paging Gov. Beasley: Will the World Food Program face a famine or flourish under American budget cut
Paging Gov. Beasley: Will the World Food Program face a famine or flourish under American budget cut

The WFP needs to flourish in these trying times to control world hunger and thirst. New Executive Director Gov. David Beasley needs to do just that. By M. Patel. (03/29/2017)

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Open Borders or Build a Wall? The Democratic Party's Crisis of Vision
Open Borders or Build a Wall? The Democratic Party's Crisis of Vision

The Democrats in the wake of the Trump travel ban. By Heather Alexander. (03/19/2017)

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Let’s shatter the glass ceiling for women in global banking
Let’s shatter the glass ceiling for women in global banking

On this International Women’s Day, we can start to begin the end of male dominance of MDBs: let’s shatter the glass ceiling for women in global MBD banking. By M. Patel. (03/08/2017)Read More...



Human Misery Monetized
Human Misery Monetized

Capitalizing and profiteering from the occupation: corporate human rights violations in occupied territories. By Aleksandra Krstic. (01/19/2017)

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