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Yale Global Online: World of Surveillance

Surveillance of the enemy is as old as humanity. From the Chinese classic Sunzi’s The Art of War to Indian Kautilya’s Arthashastra,  rulers have attached great significance to intelligence not only about the enemy but citizen attitudes towards power. 197 more words


From Global to Local: Working with a Global population in Tucson

by Andrea Wheeler, MPH – Family & Child Health – Global Health track

In December 2014, I was a second year MPH student searching for an internship. 842 more words

Indigenous and Community Lands Worldwide

These maps show the estimated area of land held or used by Indigenous Peoples and non-indigenous communities per country as a percentage of the country’s total land area. 257 more words


The 21st century Game Boy we wish Nintendo were working on【Pics】

We’re sure Nintendo is busy creating something new and exciting to release into the world, but we kind of wish this is what they were working on… 408 more words


Autumn Statement: Doubling the UK’s housebuilding budget

Today George Osborne announced that the UK’s housebuilding budget is to be doubled. Faced with some difficult decisions regarding public spending cuts, the Chancellor chose housing by prioritising investment in new affordable homes.


Copenhagen approves plans for a 65m high walkway to be built between two towers

Strung between two modern skyscrapers, a 65m high pedestrian walkway has been approved by the city.


Results for the 2015 Brick Awards announced

Now in its 39th year, The Brick Awards celebrates design in the UK. The awards are open to architects, house builders, brick contractors, brick manufacturers, owners and developers, each celebrating design innovation using brick.