Seeking Asylum in Greece: Parallel Legalities

Two parallel legal realities have emerged for asylum seekers in Greece creating uncertainty and confusion for refugees and for the lawyers seeking to inform or represent them. Legal aid providers in Greece have an opportunity, and a responsibility, to step into the void.

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Throwing Cold Water on the Northern Sea Route

Despite the hype from Russia, it is unlikely the new passage through the Arctic will become a trade superhighway.

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Mission Critical: Strengthening America’s Youth and Armed Forces

Rising rates of poor education, obesity, and crime and drug abuse among America’s youth severely impact military readiness.

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More with Less: Why the U.S. Needs a Strong UN

March 8, 2016 by Micah Spangler
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As the world becomes more complicated, the UN finds itself spread thin with broad commitments and a tight budget. Will Congress step up its funding or continue to expect more for less?

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Beyond Cecil: The Extensive Network Behind Wild Crimes

March 7, 2016 by Adam Welti
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How the illicit plant and animal trade exploits institutional weaknesses, fuels instability and terror, and is changing the biodiversity landscape internationally.

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Six Factors for Successful National Dialogues

February 18, 2016 by Christopher Zambakari
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Peace-building by the means of a national dialogue has great possibilities for conflict management, but only when attention to the details and process precedes action.

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Rohingya: The Most Persecuted People in the World?

January 29, 2016 by Bill Schulz
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It is naïve to assume that Buddhists are any less inclined to stray from the more benevolent teachings of their faith than practitioners of other religions.

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