At least 30 soldiers have been killed in the north of Egypt's troubled Sinai Peninsula following a wave of near-simultaneous attacks by Islamic militants, according to Egyptian military and security officials. The attacks, which took place on...
Irish parliament wants input into EU negotiations amid fear British departure could affect north-south relations The fragile political settlement in Northern Ireland would face greater instability if the UK votes to leave the EU in David Cameron’s...
India's economy is expected to grow 7.5% in the year ahead, driven by ever-growing demand for energy, infrastructure, and technology and high-quality healthcare. I've traveled to India to see what's happening.
Deliberate destruction and looting threaten antiquities. Is this the rule or the exception through history? Why destroy culture?
Monica S Mcfeeters's insight:
The attacks on historical sites in the middle east and now Egypt are a sad destruction of knowledge and our link to access communications from people of our past. Yes, it is our history there as well as theirs. Many of the stories of the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims and those that predate all those faiths lay in the dust and artifacts of those lands. Here is a story of how often and why this has happened. This is an interesting read.
On Oct. 24, 2001, then-House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) shepherded the Patriot Act through the House of Representatives. It passed 357 to 66, advancing to the Senate and then-President George W.
Jerry Lampen / Reuters The flaws in China’s political system are obvious. The government doesn’t even make a pretense of holding national elections and punishes those who openly call for multiparty rule.
Legislation to tackle radicalisation runs the risk of silencing and alienating children in our classrooms If you care about children’s development and combating extremism, this is a story that should alarm you.
The Greek PM and his finance minister have been live-tweeting the debt drama, but the eurozone is striking back in the social media onslaught Politicians aren’t particularly renowned for a strong game on social media.
The 'Black Lives Matter' movement and the controversy over commemoration of the Confederate Army converged Monday when activists spray painted the slogan on Confederate memorial in Baltimore.
Monica S Mcfeeters's insight:
I think a better answer would be place a monument to a black hero close by in a manner that upstages this monument. Or push to have large bushes hide it. Not sure showing the angry, reactive side to a controversy is the best answer for change.
With the global economy undergoing fundamental transformation, Kemal Derviş argues that a new social contract is needed to account for the increasingly important role that individual preferences, and individual responsibility, play in today’s world.
Senator Lindsey Graham is a fire-breathing hawk on national security issues. But he’s shown a willingness to work with Democrats in bipartisan fashion on issues like climate change and immigration. Is that a winning presidential strategy?
James Steidl/ Shutterstock/The Atlantic CINCINNATI—When they were deciding where to settle down and raise a family, Lorena Mora-Mowry, a lawyer from Venezuela, and her husband Paul, a mechanical engineer from California, performed extensive research.
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