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IntLawGrrls at Oxford

IntlawGrrls Fiona de Londras and Stephanie Farrior find themselves both spending a sabbatical leave as Visiting Fellows at the University of Oxford, Fiona with the Oxford Human Rights Hub, and Stephanie with Kellogg College.  193 more words


A supreme insouciance.

An ancient wisdom has it that you can forgive a mistake, but not its repetition. In this case – the case of Yemen – we shall have to conclude that this axiom has been violated by President Obama. 948 more words

The UK counter-terrorism report 2014 - the threat is not bigger, but it changed

According to UK counter-terrorism report 2014 the government are using for steps to protect citizens : pursue, prevent, protect, prepare.

There is also mentioned that the threat is not bigger, but it changed. 60 more words


SPECIAL OPERATIONS: Navy Commando Medic Awarded Silver Star for Heroism in Afghanistan

Corpsman Up!

The U.S. Marine Corps doesn’t have medics per se. Instead, their medical emergency needs aboard ship, back at base or on the battlefield are handled by sailors known as Hospital Corpsman. 417 more words

National Security And Defense

Scenes from the brink of a civil war

The Houthis, along with “Yemeni security forces still loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh” (there’s a partnership that’s built to last), are closing in on Aden… 399 more words



Why?  That’s the question I’ve been asking myself for the last couple of weeks.  And here’s the reason: the nuclear negotiations with Iran, the Obama Administration and 5 other world powers.   674 more words

Foreign Policy

Australians have special trained officials who trace extremists

Terrorism is still scary fro many western governments. They try to protect us, they try to protect innocent people, but it seems to be very difficult to find the right steps how to do it. 123 more words