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Asian Law Expert Available to Discuss Seizure of Drone by Chinese Warship

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Media: @amos_guiora of @sjquinney available to discuss free speech & #GeertWilders trial that is underway

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When Dictators Die, Stability Reigns

A dictator’s death rarely leads to regime change, according to a new study that comes as a fifth of the world’s authoritarian rulers are at least 70 years old and in various stages of declining health.

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15-Year War on Terror to Be Discussed at UIC

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War on Terror to be discussed at UIC

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@UNLV Expert Uniquely Positioned to Discuss Presidential Debates

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AU Professor Available to Discuss Meeting Between U.S. and Israel Leaders

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What does the ceasefire mean Syria's future? @Concordia expert can comment

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U.S. Rules for Targeted Killing Using Drones Need Clarifying

Current U.S. policies on using drones for targeted killing are characterized by ambiguities in interpretations of international law and too many generalities, despite recent efforts by the Obama administration to clarify the policies, a new RAND Corporation report finds.

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EU and Apple: E. Han Kim, Prof. Of Finance and International Business Can Discuss

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New Partnership to Boost Asia-Pacific Conservation

The University of Adelaide and global organisation Conservation International (CI) today announced a strategic partnership that will help boost conservation efforts in the Asia-Pacific region, including a global conservation drone program.







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