A town of 52,000 people has called the famous bridge its own since 1971.
Global politics and foreign affairs from around the globe
Curated by Seth Dixon
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Boko Haram is singling out geography teachers in its campaign of terror against Western education in Nigeria, it has been revealed. - New Zealand Herald
Knowledge is power and power can be a huge threat to those who are in power because of fear, corruption and distortions of the truth.
These days most people don't wear rose-colored glasses, they opt for an Instagram filter instead. Which is why traveling has become so disappointing—where are those idyllic beaches that you saw online? It was better when we could only read about those exotic places and imagine them; now, ruined by Instagram, your expectations will never match up to reality.
A Stanford researcher went to the north of Norway to study people's reaction to winter. She was surprised by what she found.
Being resilient to harsh geographic conditions could be a sign of mental strength and happiness? Why not?
“The BRICs are dead,” announced the Financial Times in late January, referring to the now-famous group of large emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, and China. What is surprising is that the group’s demise did not come when Russia disregarded the international community during the Crimean crisis or even when the Chinese economy began to slowdown last year, a phenomenon The Economist called “Coming down to earth.” The fall of the BRICs came once Brazil became “the sick man” of the group due to much more than the country’s recent Zika virus epidemic.
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Natural beauty has no matched or alternative. Tourists from all over the world visit places which have rich natural beauties. Pakistan have some of the world most beautiful places that you can visit, mostly at northern areas of Pakistan and Kashmir region which is called haven on earth. This region of Pakistan is famous all… Read More
The map above is a 2006 proposed plan to redrawn the borders of the Middle East by Ralph Peters a a retired United States Army lieutenant colonel.
This is not an endorsement of the proposal, but it is filled with discussion points.
Israel’s national security strategy can seem baffling, but it is in fact defined by a coherent logic: that the country’s problems have no near-term solutions and waiting might make them easier to deal with later. U.S. policymakers need to grapple with this strategic conservatism.
Can't say that I agree with all the analysis/opinion here, but it's an interesting read.
As France enters yet another period of mourning, Lebanon is just emerging from one. Not that you probably heard anything about it. Chris Graham reports. If you didn’t know better, you could be excused for believing that the planning behind the latest terrorist attack in Paris is about more than just causing widespread death andMore
I don't agree with everything said in this op-ed, but it does offer some good insight into our cultural compassion and connections with some place and people, highlighting our disconnect with others.
Because this is fun...that's why.