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Federal Lab Travel Restrictions Hurt Us All

Earlier this week, the Industrial Research Institute (IRI) signed a letter addressed to Congress regarding administrative changes that affect the ability of Federal laboratory professionals to attend scientific and technical conferences. 624 more words


March 26, 2015: Finnish regulatory updates

Finish regulators issued the following recap of EU decisions and regulatory changes occuring recently:

Financial sanctions

  • Zimbabwe – Decision (CFSP) 2015/277 extends sanctions until February 20, 2016.
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VISA, Passport and Travel Restrictions

Once you have decided on all the places you want to go and all the countries you want to see and you have drafted an itinerary it is time to look at the more formal aspects of your travel plans: VISA and permit requirements for entry and exit of the countries on your list and also specific regions within those countries. 1,110 more words


Tibet - An Introduction to The Land of Snows

Think of Tibet and images of spinning prayer-wheels, yak-butter tea, clifftop monasteries and breathtaking mountains spring to mind. A visit to this land is something to be savoured as the air, heavy with juniper incense, guides you to the doorways of Tibetan Buddhism. 810 more words


How Congress Should Respond to the President’s Radical Change in Cuba Policy

By Ana Quintana, The Heritage Foundation. 1/28/15 – Puzzled by President Obama’s announcement that he will normalize relations with Cuba? Don’t know quite how to react. 1,129 more words


Should there be Travel Restrictions to Ebola-affected Regions?

The 2014 Ebola virus epidemic began in Guinea, West Africa. The disease later went global with Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone being Ebola’s epicenter. On September 30th, 2014 the C.D.C announced the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States. 524 more words

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