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Encryption Is Not The Problem

Mark Weinstein | Posted 11.23.2015 | Technology
Mark Weinstein

Privacy and security are not opposing forces but mutually beneficial of each other and crucially intertwined as a means of protecting and advancing us. We need to protect them both in order to truly protect ourselves.

David Cameron Wants The U.K. To Start Bombing ISIS In Syria

AP | Adam Goldberg | Posted 11.23.2015 | World

DANICA KIRKA, Associated Press LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister David Cameron will begin to lay out his case this week for the Royal Air F...

We Can Avoid Another Paris and Defeat ISIS If We Remember This History

Akbar Ahmed | Posted 11.19.2015 | World
Akbar Ahmed

While bombers and aircraft carriers need to do their stuff, the problem of terrorist-related violence will not be solved by force alone. President Hollande must also engage with his alienated Muslim community with the same determination he has shown in attacking ISIS and win them over.

France Cries ISIS -- Obama Cries Uncle -- A Field Guide to a Better Battle Against ISIS

Amb. Marc Ginsberg | Posted 11.18.2015 | Politics
Amb. Marc Ginsberg

Based on President Obama's defiant ("I know better than everyone") defensive crouch at his post-Paris attacks G-20 Turkey press conference don't expec...

Do All Massacres Matter? You Decide

Andrew Royce Bauer | Posted 11.16.2015 | Politics
Andrew Royce Bauer

It is easy to blame the media for reporting much more on massacres in Paris than on bombings in Beirut or Baghdad. But media outlets are simply responding to consumer demands and market forces. It is on you, the consumer and moral citizen, to demand better coverage and to actively seek out a broader moral community.

A U.S. Drone Probably Got Jihadi John. But Many People Killed In Drone Strikes Weren't The Target.

The Huffington Post | Akbar_Ahmed | Posted 11.13.2015 | Politics

A previous version of this article was published on Oct. 15, 2015. WASHINGTON -- "Jihadi John," a British citizen who had become one of the most prom...

Soldier Arrested Over Role In 1972 Bloody Sunday Massacre

AP | Jade Walker | Posted 11.11.2015 | World

DUBLIN (AP) — Detectives investigating the biggest mass killing by British troops in Northern Ireland, the Bloody Sunday massacre in 1972, on T...

Trade And Rights Aren't Mutually Exclusive

Mihra Rittmann | Posted 11.02.2015 | Politics
Mihra Rittmann

When it comes to human rights and rule of law, there's no mistaking that President Nazarbaev is prioritizing economic development over political reform. But economy first is no justification for putting human rights last.

EU Unbans Occult Websites Banned By David Cameron

Alex Sumner | Posted 10.28.2015 | Politics
Alex Sumner

It has been announced in the news today that The European Union has voted through legislation that will require all internet providers to treat online...

UK College Applications Going Name-Blind To Combat Inequality

The Conversation | Nico Pitney | Posted 10.28.2015 | Good News

David Cameron has announced that applicants’ names will be removed from UCAS forms from 2017 in an effort to combat ethnic inequalities in...

President Xi Jinping Admits China Has 'Room For Improvement' On Human Rights

The Huffington Post | Kim Bellware | Posted 10.21.2015 | World

Human rights advocates have criticized China's troubling human rights record for years, and on Wednesday, Chinese President Xi Jinping agre...

Muslims Criticize David Cameron's Plan To Combat UK Extremism

AP | Adam Goldberg | Posted 10.20.2015 | World

LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister David Cameron is to unveil new plans to combat extremism Monday, expanding the government's power to seiz...

Why Is Jeremy Corbyn Reviled For Making Exactly The Same Bin Laden Comments As Boris Johnson?

Louise Ridley | Posted 10.08.2015 | UK Politics
Louise Ridley

Jeremy Corbyn's comments have some striking similarities to a piece written in 2001, by a possible future leader of Cameron's own party - Boris Johnson.

Why Britain Is Escalating Its Anti-ISIS Campaign in Syria

Samuel Ramani | Posted 10.05.2015 | World
Samuel Ramani

Due to Cameron's parliamentary majority and the disunity of the opposition, the Conservative approach of British military escalation in Syria will likely be implemented. But the impact of these military activities is unclear.

Glitz at the UN, But Less Than $0.01 Per Cup for SDGs

Fernando Morales-de la Cruz | Posted 10.15.2015 | Impact
Fernando Morales-de la Cruz

Sara loves coffee. She is Italian. Sara wants to change the world! Photo Credit: @CAFEFORCHANGE by Diego Mazzarese The Heads of State, Preside...

Jeb's Flat Wrong On 'Creeping Multiculturalism'-- Today's Immigrants Are Integrating As Fast As Ever

Ian Reifowitz | Posted 09.29.2015 | Politics
Ian Reifowitz

Maybe Jeb has been paying attention. He just dipped his Bush silver foot into the nativist cesspool that Donald Trump has been splashing about in since the day he entered the presidential race ranting about "Mexican rapists."

Cameron Pig-gate Scandal -- I Talk to the Pig

Dan Miles | Posted 09.24.2015 | Comedy
Dan Miles

When asked how things were left with the Prime Minister after the night in question the Pig told us: "Me and big D stayed friends for a while, but we just drifted apart. It's sad, but, well, I guess it happens."

PigGate: An Even-Handed View for Foreigners

Nick Revell | Posted 09.22.2015 | Comedy
Nick Revell

At last year's Tory Party Conference, David Cameron got a good laugh referring to once having accidentally left his daughter in the pub. This year's e...

Western Media's Miscount of Saudi Arabia's Syrian Refugees

Anhvinh Doanvo | Posted 09.23.2015 | World
Anhvinh Doanvo

hanks to a technicality in counting refugees, hundreds of outlets from Amnesty International to the Brookings Institution have claimed that Saudi Arabia has taken zero refugees -- a ludicrous, but rarely fact-checked statement given the comical lack of a "Great Arabian Wall."

What Britain Learns From Egypt

David Hearst | Posted 09.21.2015 | World
David Hearst

To the corrupt, blood-stained generals of Egypt, British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon offered praise. He has hailed Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's with compliments and said he saw Egypt's top religious Islamic institutions Al-Azhar and Dar Al-Iftaa as partners in Britain's anti-extremist strategy.

Bizarre Rumor About David Cameron And A Pig Hogs UK Media Spotlight

The Huffington Post | Ryan Grenoble | Posted 10.05.2015 | World

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Piggate Looks A Lot Like A 'Black Mirror' Episode, And Charlie Brooker Agrees

The Huffington Post | Erin Whitney | Posted 09.21.2015 | Entertainment

While the Emmys dominated Twitter on Sunday night, a new topic has been taking over social media Monday morning. If you haven't seen #Piggate or...

Socialist Elected UK Opposition Labour Leader

Reuters | Annum Masroor | Posted 09.12.2015 | World

LONDON, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Karl Marx admirer Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader of Britain's opposition Labour party on Saturday, a victory that may m...

UK Will Take In 20,000 More Refugees Over 5 Years

The Huffington Post | Alana Horowitz | Posted 09.08.2015 | World

The UK plans to take in 20,000 Syrian refugees over the next five years, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday. The move comes as...

Sunday Roundup

Arianna Huffington | Posted 09.06.2015 | Politics
Arianna Huffington

This week the world saw the power of a single image -- that of the lifeless body of three year-old Aylan Kurdi lying face-down in the sand on a Turkish beach. The boy drowned, along with his brother and mother, trying to reach Europe from Syria. The heartbreaking image crystallized the growing refugee crisis, and personified the more than 2,600 people who have died this year trying to reach Europe by sea. Many are coming from Syria, where civil war has killed over 250,000 and displaced 11 million. As debate raged in the media about running the horrific photo, there was no argument about whether Europe and the rest of the West could be doing more to alleviate the horrific suffering. Already David Cameron has announced the U.K. will take in more refugees. But the image was a moral challenge to us all. As a tribute in an Australian paper read: "Rest in peace Aylan Kurdi. May God forgive us for failing you."