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Secularism, Security and the Limits of the State: The Displacement Crisis and the Role of Religion Part One

Rethinking “security”, the role of the state, the secularist biases that exist in policy and practice around displacement and religion’s potential to address these problems are crucial issues to consider in terms of religion’s intersection with the global crisis of displacement. 3,035 more words

Religion

Why Britain is on a dangerous path leading away from democracy and the rule of law

Today, the Guardian published an article revealing that British “ministers are poised to pass emergency laws to require phone companies to log records of phone calls, texts and internet usage”, meaning that the United Kingdom wants to keep a data-retention program. 711 more words

iSecuritization? China says the iPhone is a threat to national security

In what I am shamelessly calling iSecuritization, Chinese Central Televison (CCTV) have said that the iPhone is a threat to national security. This is due to the ‘frequent locations’ feature, which Apple states is used in order to ‘to learn places that are significant to you’. 223 more words

Critical Securities

The Acquisition of the Mortgages- An Examination of a Prospectus for Mortgage Securitisation.

A very good piece from Mike, First Active – Ulster Bank Borrowers take note……

The Acquisition of the Mortgages- An Examination of a Prospectus for Mortgage Securitisation. 1,865 more words

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