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  • Mar 28 2019

    Vuoi laurearti velocemente e con voti alti? Ecco i due ex-studenti lavoratori che ti svelano come fare!

    Si chiamano Nicola Guarino (27 anni, Laurea in Economia e Amministrazione Aziendale) e Attilio Cordaro (28 anni, Laurea in Giurisprudenza) i due ex studenti universitari lavoratori di Palermo che insegnano agli studenti universitari italiani ad accelerare il proprio percorso universitario.   I due, già noti per aver fondato il portale Appunti Condivisi - il primo portale in Itali...

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  • Mag 15 2018

    Will the CIA Nominee Stand Up Against Torture?

    Gina Haspel has done nothing to demonstrate her independence and moral fiber, but only a professional capability and a willingness to obey orders. Gina Haspel, President Donald Trump’s pick to head the Central Intelligence Agency, compromised her integrity in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee on May 9 with her fumbled answers concerning torture. Despite persistent quest...

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  • Mar 24 2018

    The Daily Dictionary: “Culture,” Cambridge Analytica and Steve Bannon

    The culture of politics has nothing to do with the politics of culture. In The Observer’s earthquake scoop concerning the scandalous activities of Cambridge Analytica, whistleblower Christopher Wylie mentions Steve Bannon’s belief “in the whole Andrew Breitbart doctrine that politics is downstream from culture, so to change politics you need to change culture.”...

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  • Feb 28 2018

    The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: Gates Foundation and “Equity”

    The Gates have pulled off a kind of optical illusion by using equity to advance social equity (fairness) in a way that is, by their own admission, not “fair.” Bill and Melinda Gates have either discovered or simply admitted that they have an unfair advantage over ordinary people (i.e. non-billionaires). A reader might even get the impression that they are at the point of b...

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  • Feb 28 2018

    Why Remittances from the Middle East Matter to India

    With remittances from the Middle East in decline, India may face problems in the domestic labor market. India remains the world’s leading recipient of international personal remittances, claiming 10.9% of global inflows, followed by China (10.6%) and Philippines (5.4%), according to latest data released by World Bank for 2016. Total remittance inflow to India was $62 billion in...

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  • Feb 08 2018

    The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: Donald Trump and “Respect”

    US President Donald Trump has sent a letter of “respect” to African nations following his alleged “shithole countries” comment. After famously referring to African countries along with Haiti as “shithole countries,” Donald Trump insisted on setting the record straight in a letter addressed to the 55 members of the African Union about his true sentiments. We t...

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What Modern Science Can Learn from Indigenous Knowledge

The assumption is that what works in wealthy countries can work anywhere. Advancements in the science of building design for earthquake resilience are enabling the development of high-ris...

When Popularity Becomes a Problem on the World’s Summit

Is Mount Everest the ultimate successful branded product, made in Asia, but benefiting from all the political and marketing genius of the imperial West? Once upon a time, Mount Everest throned at t...

Are Humans and Machines at War?

With robots and artificial intelligence destined to take over the economy, does anyone have an idea of how a truce might end the war between man and machine? Wired features an article with the...