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By U.S. Department of State

Shaping Safety: How Architects Can Build a Stronger Peace

  I take my home for granted. There, I said it. Chances are you do, too, if your conception of home – like mine – does not include worrying about the daily dangers of a civil war playing out on your doorstep; the mortar shelling that has left your family homeless; or the stability of […]

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Posted in Conflict, Humanitarian Intervention, Iraq, Middle East, Refugees, Security Issues, Syria, World

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The Modern Education System: The Wrong Way To Learn

It is widely believed that the most influential era ever to be blessed by the infinite capacities of the human brain was the Industrial Revolution. With the world revolving around the sudden purge of development, everything began to be constituted along the blueprint of the infrastructure of the Industrial Revolution. The process of standardizing all […]

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