Anti-Gaddafi military commander honored in Tripoli
Sept. 29 - In Tripoli, they fired into the air -- a salute to a senior military commander killed in Bani Walid. Deborah Gembara reports.
Yergin: Arab Spring upended Mideast strategic balance
Sept. 28 - In part three of our four part interview with award-winning author Daniel Yergin, he addresses the Arab Spring and the changing geopolitical landscape in the energy industry.
PSYC 230-01, Principles of Development: Adolescence and young adulthood, Spring 2005
Students will be expected to acquire a familiarity with current theories of adolescence and early adult development, and to evaluate the evidence relevant to them. This will involve • Learning concepts, terminology, and methods used by researchers in this area • Learning to evaluate theories and evidence critically, and to participate in discussions about the important questions in the field. • Learning to apply the theory and research we cover to matters of social and educational policy t
Cuckoo for chocolate in China
China's double digit growth in chocolate sales has caught the attention of major Western chocolatiers who wish to convert the majority of the Chinese population into chocoholics.
Boyle's Law: Pressure vs. Volume
Have you ever wondered why your ears pop during airplane take offs and landings? Or why a ballon pops when you squeeze it too much? Find out the phenomenon behind these questions and more!
State Violence and the Responsibility to Protect: the role of the international community [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Chaloka Beyani, Ignacio Llanos, Professor Sir Adam Roberts | The UN has a responsibility to protect populations from genocide and crimes against humanity, but to what effect? Experts will consider how recent events, such as those in Libya, challenge the international concept of 'Responsibility to Protect'. Chaloka Beyani is senior lecturer in law, LSE. Ignacio Llanos is counsellor of the Embassy of Chile in the UK. Adam Roberts is president of The British Academy.
Political Identities and Organizing for Social Change
Annie Kersting reads her thoughts on how a political identity is developed over the course of a life, and she reflects on how unique experiences are formative to a person's manner of organizing when acting for social change.
Metric syntactic scan of the Anglo-Saxon poetic records
This resource is available via the Oxford Text Archive (OTA) website, and can be downloaded as a zipped file, available in plain text, C programming language and HTML format. It is necessary to apply for approval from the OTA before download, and a link is provided to the terms and conditions of use, and a form to apply for permission. The publication is based on texts made available by the OTA (Macrae-Gibson, O.D., and J.R. Lishman Computer assistance in the analysis of Old English metre :
TOP 10 COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
In this we show you the top 10 countries in all kinds of stuff from countries with the most shark attacks, to those who rely on nuclear energy to just about anything. A great video to show students and get them to understand the economics and more. The vidoe may need to be stopped at times because it moves very rapidly.
PG 16 - 24 COLLAR - VIA LATINA
Saudi ambassador's assassination intended as "opening act": Bharara
Oct. 11 - Defendants of a well-funded, pernicious plot allegedly had no care or concern for "mass casualties on innocent Americans, on American soil" in furthering the plan, Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York tells a news conference. He says the Saudi ambassador's assassination was allegedly intended as an "opening act" in a series of lethal attacks. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
A Conversation with Harry Belafonte
Harry Belafonte discussed his new memoir My Song with award-winning television host and journalist Liz Walker. * With special sponsorship from Bingham McCutchen LLP. Copyright: John F. Kennedy Library Foundation
Universities' Role in Entrepreneurship
A live "Office Hours" conversation with Kimberly Jenkins, the university's senior adviser to the president and provost for innovation and entrepreneurship. She is joined by Duke senior Sidney Primas. David Jarmul, Duke's associate vice president of news and communications, conducts the interview. Learn more at http://entrepreneurship.duke.edu.
Apple looks to make a dent with iPhone 4S
Oct. 14 - Apple Inc's new iPhone went on sale in stores across the globe prompting thousands to queue around city blocks to snap up the final gadget unveiled during Steve Jobs' life. Matt Cowan reports.
"We are the 99 Percent" From Frustration to Occupation - Institute of Politics
A lively panel and audience conversation about the growing interest and involvement in the Occupy Wall Street Movement. Topics include the movement's primary catalysts, the 2008 bailout, the nation's growing economic disparity--as well as how the movement will grow and evolve in the coming months. October 13, 2011
Pruis Ma133 from 10/13/2011
Pruis Ma133 from 10/13/2011