NATO’s Importance to the Security of the United States

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Cynthia M. Lardner

 

A Conversation with Jamie Shea, NATO’s Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges

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Civil Society in Thailand under attack as Authorities criminalize dissent

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Amnesty International

Thai authorities are waging a campaign to criminalize and punish dissent by targeting civil society and political activists who peacefully exercise their rights to freedom of expression and assembly, a new briefing from human rights NGO Amnesty International has stated.

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Mrs May’s Ode to Brexit Joy

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Hazel Speed

Prime Minister’s Question Time in UK Parliament on Wednesday was another rowdy affair.

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Lack of vultures force Zoroastrians to change traditional custom

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Jose Kalathil

Absence of vultures has forced a minority community of Zoroastrians, who had emigrated to India centuries ago, in Navsari in Gujarat state, considered the Vatican of Zoroastrianism, to change to burials instead of their traditional way of putting dead bodies inside Dakhmas or Towers of Silence, to be disposed of by the sun and carrion birds.

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