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Towards a “Grand Convergence” in Global Health: Ed note.  This op-ed from Gavin Yamey, professor in the Global Health Group at the University of California, San Francisco and leader of the Evidence to Policy Initiative; and Helen Saxenian, senior consultant at the Results for Development Institute, Washington, DC is reprinted with permission f...
Top of the Morning: Terror in Abuja: Top stories from DAWNS Digest Scores Killed in Abuja Bus station bombing…At least 71 people are dead after a blast struck a busy bus station in Nigeria’s capital. This is the worst attack in Abuja since bombings of two newspaper headquarters in 2012. Part of a Pattern…parts of Nigeria have succom...
Ban Ki Moon Calls for More Troops for the Central African Republic: Ban Ki Moon authored a compelling op-ed in the Washington Post today about the situation in the Central African Republic. In short, the Secretary General is urging the international community to send more troops and provide more funding for CAR until the new UN Peacekeeping mission gets off the g...
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wikileaks: Spooky reading after #Snowden: Julian #Assange's call to take up arms against the surveillance state | Cypherpunks http://t.co/BpUQi2nzgG: wikileaks: Spooky reading after #Snowden: Julian #Assange's call to take up arms against the surveillance state | Cypherpunks http://t.co/BpUQi2nzgG
wikileaks: anti-WikiLeaks movie 'We Steal Secrets' flops at box office | Indiewire http://t.co/dFQn6wXlMN: wikileaks: anti-WikiLeaks movie 'We Steal Secrets' flops at box office | Indiewire http://t.co/dFQn6wXlMN
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The Magnificent Kerry: 4 February 2014 The Magnificent Kerry By Gwynne Dyer John Kerry has been US Secretary of State for precisely one year, and he has already 1) rescued President Obama from his ill-considered promse to bomb Syria if it crossed the “red line” and used poison gas; 2) opened serious negotiations with I...
Mea Culpa: 2 February 2014 Mea Culpa By Gwynne Dyer Confession is good for the soul, and my soul is certainly in need of improvement, so here is a confession. I got it wrong in my article “Geo-Engineering in Trouble”, sent out on 15 January. I couldn’t be happier about that. The article said that a new scie...
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An Illegitimate Claim?: China is now facing challenges to its maritime claims. The Philippines has just filed a lawsuit to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea against China over a dispute concerning its fishing rights in the South China Sea. Manila considers itself to be solely entitled to all economic rig...
Negotiating Uncertainty: With a clear political vision, categorical demands for the release of prisoners, and for space in what it calls its “area of influence,” the banned terrorist outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is slowly moving towards securing political legitimacy in Pakistan. On April 3, as a goodwill gestu...
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Overland Park Shootings: Learning to Love With Breaking Hearts: The violence of hatred breaks our hearts. This past weekend in my neighborhood of Overland Park, a shooter killed three people and injured others. My church sits a mile from the sites, and members of my parish know the families of the victims. We are in the process of responding, holding vigils a...
CIA Torture Report Ought to Disturb All Our Consciences: At Easter, Christians celebrate Jesus’ rising from the dead. But in light of new revelations of the CIA’s abhorrent acts of torture, it’s the United States that needs resurrection, too.Details of the CIA’s post-Sept. 11 torture campaign — made worse, if that is possible, by evidence of official d...
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75% of the world’s large carnivores are now in decline while rhino poaching continues to soar: A recent study has found that three quarters of the world’s big carnivores are in decline, due to declining habitats and persecution by humans. This is also having a negative impact on the environment because top predators have a crucial role in any given ecosystem which is hard to re...
Tobacco kills. Higher taxes and advertising controls work: It is well known that tobacco smoking kills. But it also exacerbates poverty, contributes to world hunger by diverting prime land away from food production, damages the environment and reduces economic productivity. Second hand smoking also affects other people’s lives. Despite many a...
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RIP: Jim Flaherty (1949 – 2014):
Quebec voters decided unity over separatism, Scotland and Catalonia could suffer: On Monday Quebec voters decided to say a big almost ultimate No to PQ and its leaders who wanted to talk about sovereignty and separation from Canada. United Canada and unity between English and French speaking people as much as that sound strange was defended. Defended with the best possible wea...
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The American-Iraqi Encounter: The absence of Iraqi voices from American discussions about Iraq over the last decade has long been a major shortcoming.  The bookshelf of English-language books about the decade of war with Iraq overflows with accounts of Washington inter-agency battles, General David Petraeus, American soldier...
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Stratfor: Sitrep: None injured as bomb explodes under Italian diplomatic vehicle in #Libya http://t.co/vsmWdl8wqy: Stratfor: Sitrep: None injured as bomb explodes under Italian diplomatic vehicle in #Libya http://t.co/vsmWdl8wqy
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Morsi shows his true colours after just 100 days: Mohammed Morsi, President of Egypt, spent his 100th day as president of Egypt in the United States of America at the United Nations General Assembly. Mohammed Morsi was sworn in as president of Egypt on the Saturday 30th June 2012 with much pomp and fanfare. His electoral victory was a unique mom...
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SLAIN AFGHAN PEACE MEDIATOR CAUTIONED U.S. AGAINST SURGE:
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Nobel Laureate Suu Kyi Leads Burma's NDL: April 1 Burmese Vote Ploy to Lift Sanctions?On April 1, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Suu Kyi lead her party, the New League for Democracy (NLD) in its first election in over 20 years in Burma. Kyi had been under house arrest for nearly 20 years, but BBC reported she won 40 out of the 45 available ...

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