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World Views: November 27, 2015

Rebecca Cruise and Suzette Grillot discuss this week's lockdown in Belgium due to security concerns after terrorist attacks in Pairs earlier this month,...

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Cybersecurity Expert Melissa Hathaway Explains The Threats Of A Ubiquitous Internet

For the past quarter century, communications technology has evolved and grown the point where practically every business, service, and family platform...

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Amid Terror Fears, Brussels Residents Find Humor Through Cat Pictures, Memes

The city of Brussels was on lockdown earlier this week after threats of more terrorist attacks in western Europe. Schools, museums, government offices,...

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World Views: November 20, 2015

Joshua Landis and Rebecca Cruise talk about what's changed (or hasn't) since the Paris and Beiruit terrorist attacks a week ago, and whether or not the...

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Freedom House's Vanessa Tucker Uses Data To Track Democracy Around The Globe

Since its founding in 1941 to combat spreading Nazism during World War II, the non-governmental organization Freedom House has expanded its mission to...

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Landis: Paris Attacks Inspire The World To Act On ISIS, But 'How' Is Unclear

It's been a week since the world watched in horror as terrorists killed 130 people in a series of coordinated attacks across Paris, which came just a...

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World Views: November 13, 2015

Suzette Grillot and Brian Hardzinski discuss Catalonia's push for independence from Spain, and Russia's "frozen zone" in the troubled region of eastern...

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OU Water Prize Winner Works To Address World's Sanitation And Security Issues

Earlier this year the University of Oklahoma's Water Technologies for Emerging Regions (WaTER) Center awarded Peter Lochery its biennial International...

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Russia's 'Frozen Zone' In Ukraine Is Nothing New, And Evokes Cold War Gamesmanship

It's been almost two years since pro-Russian unrest took hold in Ukraine, dividing the country along ideological lines and leading to Russia's...

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Why The Catalan Independence Bid Is Unlikely To Gain Traction

On Monday, lawmakers in Spain's Catalonia region voted for a resolution outlining a plan to separate from Spain over the next two years. The New York...

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