29 November 2017

All the news for 29 November 2017 [ 221 news items | Now showing page 1 of 12 ]

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"Will The Left Keep Losing?" by Rob Manwaring

In electoral terms, 2017 has been a tough year for the centre-left. A suite of elections has taken place across Western Europe and other advanced industrial nat...   [ continue reading...]

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Actually, There Is a Time Like the Present - Issue 54: The Unspoken

We’ve all heard it before: There’s no time like the present. Broadly speaking, of course, it means to “seize the opportunity right now,”...   [ continue reading...]

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What Lurks Behind Rabid Sports Fandom? - Issue 54: The Unspoken

The soccer match hadn’t even started when the cops showed up. On the streets of Marseille, France, the officers—helmeted, shields in hands, batons o...   [ continue reading...]

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North Korea: Its High Time for US to Engage in Genuine De-escalation Rather Than Provocation

North Korea: Its High Time for US to Engage in Genuine De-escalation Rather Than Provocation seema Wed, 11/29/2017 - 20:54 V. Arun Kumar...   [ continue reading...]

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Cormac McCarthy Returns to the Kekulé Problem - Issue 54: The Unspoken

Robert Musil, in his Man Without Qualities, wrote that a Soul is “That which crawls away and hides whenever someone mentions algebra.” According to...   [ continue reading...]

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Corporations Make a lots of Promises on Climate. This Study Tracked Down What Happens Next.

This story was originally published by the Huffington Post and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Billionaires, bankers and corporate execu...   [ continue reading...]

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Why a Hedge Fund Started a Video Game Competition - Issue 54: The Unspoken

There’s a weird way in which a hedge fund is a confluence of everything. There’s the money of course—Two Sigma, located in lower Manhattan, ma...   [ continue reading...]

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Democratising the digital

Digital technologies are a market product and play politics by different means. It’s up to us to harness them for democracyBy Jack ShenkerRead at Aeon   [ continue reading...]

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India: People's Alliance for Democracy and Secularism (P.A.D.S) condemns incarceration of Akhil Gogoi and Chandrasekhar under the National Security Act

Akhil Gogoi, the leader of Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti of Asom, and Chandrasekhar of Bhim Sena in Western Uttar Pradesh have been under detention for many mont...   [ continue reading...]

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ProPublica Illinois Q&A: Meet Reporter Melissa Sanchez

by Andrea Salcedo Melissa Sanchez, who came to ProPublica Illinois from the nonprofit magazine...   [ continue reading...]

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The wave is rolling!

As the People vs. Arctic Oil Trial comes to an end, the battle against climate change continues in courtrooms around the worldAfter seven days of court hearings...   [ continue reading...]

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Despite What Politicians Say, Hundreds of BC Gas Wells Leak Methane

When B.C.’s Oil and Gas Commission identified significant methane leaks from hundreds of gas wells in 2013, the energy regulator withheld that information...   [ continue reading...]

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White House May Share Nuclear Power Technology With Saudi Arabia

by Isaac Arnsdorf The Trump administration is holding talks on providing nuclear technology to...   [ continue reading...]

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As GOP Tax Plan Faces Senate Vote, Critics Say Bill Would Give Hundreds of Billions to Top 1 Percent

Republicans are rapidly pushing forward with their efforts to pass President Donald Trump's tax plan, which would overhaul the tax code in order to shower billi...   [ continue reading...]

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Graduate Students Plan Nationwide Walkouts Against GOP "Assault" On Post-Secondary Education

More than 40 graduate student walkouts are planned across the country today to protest a measure tucked into the budget bill that passed the House earlier this...   [ continue reading...]

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Extreme Podiatry: the situation for refugees in Calais and Dunkirk

The Jungle camp may have been demolished a year ago but refugees are still arriving in Calais and Dunkirk and suffering in intolerable conditions reports David...   [ continue reading...]

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Five years after deadly factory fire, Bangladesh's garment workers are still vulnerable | Rebecca Prentice & Geert De Neve

Exactly five years ago, in November 2012, a fire in the Tazreen Fashions factory in Bangladesh killed at least 112 workers. Probably caused by a short circuit o...   [ continue reading...]

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Hate Crime Training for Police Is Often Inadequate, Sometimes Nonexistent

by A.C. Thompson, Rohan Naik and Ken Schwencke To become a police officer in the U.S., one almo...   [ continue reading...]

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Poland's Far Right Gains Strength with Government's Tacit Approval

The ​current ​form of ​Islamophobia and xenophobia expressed by the far right in Poland is​ rooted in the history of​ anti-semitis...   [ continue reading...]

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The Internet Is Freedom, and It Is Under Attack

People protest during a rally to protect Net Neutrality as they voice their opposition to the impending FCC vote, outside the Federal Building in Los Angeles, C...   [ continue reading...]

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