Month Archives: September 2017

Who are the real targets of Bogota's crackdown on crime? 1 |
Politics

Who are the real targets of Bogota’s crackdown on crime?

Written by Amy Elizabeth Ritterbusch, Associate Professor, School of Government, Universidad de los Andes It was just before rush hour on Aug. 23, 2017, when the Bogota, Colombia, district police and SWAT squad came for the gangs of El Cartuchito,...

time to dispel some myths 3 |
Politics

time to dispel some myths

Written by Ayşegül Akdemir, Lecturer in Sociology, MEF University Six years after the war in Syria started, Turkey hosts the largest number of refugees, who try to carve out their own opportunities for education, employment and survival. In this article...

Why is Europe seeing so many terrorist attacks? 6 |
Politics

Why is Europe seeing so many terrorist attacks?

Written by Richard Maher, Research Fellow, Global Governance Programme, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute The Sept. 15 terrorist bombing in a crowded London subway station – which injured at least 30 passengers but caused no deaths...

Anthill 17: Science by the seaside 9 |
Quantum

Anthill 17: Science by the seaside

Written by Annabel Bligh, Business + Economy Editor, The Conversation UK Posted by Quantum computing – The Conversation https://go.arena.im/public/js/arenalib.js?p=saeed-valadbaygi&e=t6ii...

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