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  • Why the Kremlin is Waltzing over “Matilda”

    22 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: A new movie about Russia’s last tsar, Nicholas II, and his affair with a Polish ballerina has brought protesters onto the streets. Daria Litvinova explains why the Kremlin is staying above the fray, even though many of those demanding the film be banned are Putin supporters. This article (...)
  • World Policy On Air, Ep. 138 : "North Korean Nuclear Quandary"

    22 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: At his first speech at the U.N., President Trump threatened to "completely destroy" North Korea in response to its nuclear weapons program and provocative missile tests. This week on World Policy On Air, World Policy Senior Fellow Jim Nolt discusses how a slide into open conflict may be (...)
  • Slipping Toward War with North Korea

    21 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: The Trump administration has begun to suggest scenarios where U.S. anti-missile systems are authorized to shoot down North Korean test missiles. James H. Nolt considers the potential for military escalation if this policy were to be enacted. By James H. Nolt read (...)
  • Beauty of Lofoten, and the Beast

    20 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: It is estimated that 450 million tons of plastic were produced this year alone, 80 percent of which was single-use. Photographer June Grønseth documents the environmental devastation caused by plastic pollution near her home in Lofoten, Norway. By June Grønseth read (...)
  • Reveal : The Rise of the New German Right

    19 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: Our partners at Coda Story teamed up with Reveal, a weekly radio program, to take a close look at the rise of Germany's far right—and how Berlin decided to take a tough line on fake news. In just a few days, Germans will go to the polls to vote for a new government in an election that (...)
  • Popular Lynching in Madagascar

    19 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: Incidents of lynching have become increasingly common in Madagascar in the past two years, and the government has been unable to stop them. Yvon Randriaharimalala suggests that reintegration of the historical Dina court system could empower communities to systematically resolve conflict (...)
  • Will Immigration Rescue Japan, and the Region ?

    18 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: Japan, home to the world's oldest population, is facing a crisis as the country's shrinking workforce threatens its economic stability. Craig Moran argues that loosening immigration policies would help address this demographic imbalance while also benefitting other nations in the region. (...)
  • World Policy Newsletter, Week of September 15th

    15 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: From electoral races to the distribution of public services, we highlight the ways money dictates the workings of politics in this week's newsletter. Click through and subscribe today! Money too often dictates the workings of politics, from electoral races to the distribution of public (...)
  • Talking Policy : Shantha Sinha on Child Rights in India

    15 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: Child poverty, child labor, and child marriage affect millions of young people in India, despite several laws meant to prevent them. World Policy Journal spoke with Shantha Sinha, former chairperson of the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights, about her activism and the (...)
  • World Policy On Air, Ep. 137 : "Fanning the Flames of Violence in Burundi"

    15 septembre 2017, par admin
    Lede: Earlier this month, a report by the U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Burundi recorded a litany of human rights abuses and recommended that the International Criminal Court open an investigation immediately. On today's episode of World Policy On Air, political analyst Amilcar Ryumeko (...)

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