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The big misunderstanding

I am one of those who believe, very firmly, that “secret intelligence” ought to be an extraordinarily secretive business. Thus I believe that one-sided opinion pieces, like the one in a (weeks old) video  411 more words

Foreign Policy

EU countries and expat voting: united in diversity?

In a year of significant elections, this week has been particularly eventful in electoral terms, with the Turkish referendum, the surprise announcement of a UK general election, and the first round of voting for the next French president. 1,609 more words

Institutions and Distribution For Our Trailer


Here is a presentation that outlines how our choice of institutions and distribution companies affect the outcome and marketing of our trailer.


The March for Science


Science has a political problem, but science as an institution is not prepared to face up to its political problem. Worse, institutionalized science is prepared to dig itself in deeper into its political problem with the… 1,121 more words


Fixing Too-Big-To-Fail

US Congress Passes Financial Institutions Bankruptcy Act 2017 (FIBA)

The Global Restructuring Review recently reported that the US Congress passed the FIBA on 5 April with the objective of amending the Bankruptcy Code to provide a framework to address the contingency where a financial institution with assets in excess of USD 50 billion suffers from financial collapse. 393 more words


The Problem of the Treatment Resistant Chronically Mentally Ill

I have hit a dry spell recently as far as ideas/inspirations for this more personal, less professional blog. One interfering and mind clogging constant information bombardment of no help has been the daily national political uproar on “both sides of the aisle” that has been, in the current kindest of descriptors: “distracting.” 1,298 more words


Proposed Reform to Reduce Funds Given to Political Parties in Mexico

by Adriana Ramírez Flores

The autonomous institute commissioned of the organization of elections is the Electoral National Institute (INE for its abbreviation in Spanish). INE computes the amount of money to be distributed among the political parties according to the next formula: 773 more words