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Interview with Dr. Bernhard Schwartländer, WHO World Representative to China: Part I

Interview[1] by April Xiaoyi Xu (PO ‘18), Editor-in-Chief

Transcribed by Lathan Liou (PO ‘19), Kaela Cote-Stemmermann (SCR ‘18), and Annie Wan (PO ‘20), Staff Writers… 3,524 more words

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What Can Hannah Arendt Teach Us About Today’s Refugee Crisis?

Originally published on Border Criminologies.

By Asher Hirsch and Nathan Bell.

While the current global refugee crisis is shocking in its dimensions, sadly it is not a new phenomenon.  1,000 more words

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Lauren Heuser: Singh wants to lead Canada, yet would support Quebec secession

On the sensitive topic of Quebec’s secession, the NDP has a history of being coy about the process. Throughout the early 2000s, party veterans like Jack Layton, Thomas Mulcair and Craig Scott claimed Quebec could trigger secession talks if a mere 50 per cent plus one of Quebecers voted to leave. 845 more words

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4th VIPS International Moot Court Competition, 2017

A team comprising of Surbhi Ojha (III year), Sahyaja Malliyoor (II year) and Trisha Mukherjee (III year) represented the college in the 4th VIPS International Moot Court Competition. 155 more words

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State Socialism and the Evolution of Post-War International Criminal and Humanitarian Law

by Raluca Grosescu

at Imre Kertész Kolleg, Jena, 9 October 2017

The paper presented the contribution of Eastern European socialist governments and legal experts to the development of international criminal law (ICL) and international humanitarian law (IHL) during the Cold War. 151 more words

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Microsoft head blames North Korea for 'WannaCry' hospital cyberattack

Microsoft president Brad Smith believes that North Korea was behind a massive cyberattack using “WannaCry” ransomware that crippled hospitals earlier this year.

Smith told British ITV News at Microsoft’s headquarters that at this point “all observers in the know” concluded that North Korea was behind the attacks. 120 more words

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