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British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museums bring back Asante objects of 1874

B & FT Online 12 Apr 2024
The Asantehene would also give a major public lecture on ... Rockefeller Emeritus University Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University, Kwame Anthony Appiah, to introduce the occasion and lecture.
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EU wind turbine subsidy probe unfair, regressive

China Daily 11 Apr 2024
... parks in Spain, Greece, France, Romania and Bulgaria, said Margrethe Vestager, European Commission executive vice-president, during a lecture at Princeton University in the United States on Tuesday.
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EU to investigate Chinese turbine suppliers to wind parks

Ekathimerini 09 Apr 2024
Vestager did not name the companies concerned in her lecture at Princeton University in the U.S ... Vestager said the EU needed to adopt a more systematic approach, with case-by-case investigations meaning the bloc was “playing whack-a-mole”.
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January 6 quasi-experiment reveals limited impact of anti-democratic actions on Republican Party loyalty

PsyPost 20 Mar 2024
... aggrandizement,’ or more loosely ‘democratic backsliding’),” explained study author Sam van Noort, a lecturer in Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
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What Was Palestine Before the Nakba?

Scheerpost 20 Mar 2024
Three generations from the village of Dhahiriyya (located between Hebron and Beersheba), February 9, 1940. By Mohammed El-Kurd / The Nation ... It is relentless ... Donate ONLINE ... His 2023 Edward Said Memorial Lecture at Princeton will be adapted into a book.
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We Are Closer Than You Think to Civilizational Suicide: Lessons From Burnham

The American Spectator 19 Mar 2024
That same year, he gave three lectures on “American Liberalism in Theory and Practice” at the Carnegie ... In 1964, Burnham synthesized his Carnegie lectures and Princeton papers into Suicide of the West.
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Is Gene Editing the New Name for Eugenics? “Enter Bill Gates”

GlobalResearch 07 Mar 2024
William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online ...
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UN rights chief urges end to 'repression' of independent voices in Russia after Navalny's death

Kingsport Times-News 04 Mar 2024
GENEVA (AP) — The U.N ... He urged U.S ... Amb ... Ken Roth, a visiting professor and lecturer at Princeton University and former longtime head of Human Rights Watch, sharply criticized Türk's comments, saying the U.N ... He may be the wrong man for this job.” ... ....
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After unexplained Navalny death, U.N. human-rights chief calls on Russia to end repression

Market Watch 04 Mar 2024
GENEVA (AP) — The U.N ... He urged U.S ... See ... Also ... Amb ... See ... Ken Roth, a visiting professor and lecturer at Princeton University and former longtime head of Human Rights Watch, sharply criticized Türk’s comments, saying the U.N ... Opinion (November 2023) ... .
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Glancing back

Princeton Daily Clarion 23 Feb 2024
Excerpts from the Feb. 26, 1874 edition of The Princeton Clarion-Leader.• Dr. Burrows is lecturing to crowded houses at Kaufman’s Hall every night on Phrenology and Physiology, and examines heads every day at the Hall ... .
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Gene Edited Catastrophe in Brazil. Mosquitos. A Gates Foundation Project

GlobalResearch 23 Feb 2024
William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online ...
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Hamilton College names Steven Tepper as new president

The Oneida Daily Dispatch 13 Feb 2024
He also worked as deputy director and lecturer of sociology and public policy at the Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies in Princeton University ... Kennedy School of Government, and a doctorate in sociology from Princeton University.
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Sociologist/head of design and arts school chosen as next Hamilton College president

Times Telegram 13 Feb 2024
The release listed some of Tepper’s accomplishments ... He served as the deputy director and sociology and public policy lecturer at Princeton University’s Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies ... Wippman’s tenure has not been without controversy ...
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Enter the Age of Malthus

New Statesman 03 Feb 2024
... production, falling water levels in rivers, and the erosion of the agrarian revolution, stoking conflicts over resources”, according to the Cairo University lecturer Mohamed Abdallah Youness.
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