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IBC – Nobel Peace Prize Contender


08 October 2015 Iraq Body Count (IBC), a database of violent civilian deaths in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion of the country in 2003, which was founded in Keele and led by members of the university, is considered in the … Continue reading

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“Swarms” Entering the UK? What We Can Still Learn About the Migrant Crisis From Che Guevara | Susan Babbitt


(Counterpunch, September 4, 2015) David Cameron worries about “swarms” entering the UK. Swarms are clouds of insects. Cameron should know migrants from Syria, Iraq, and Libya are people. Yet solidarity is not fellow-feeling. It involves recognition. And recognition is not … Continue reading

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