Speakers argue that Trump’s administration contradicts liberal democracy. The International Studies Program hosted its final event in its midterm elections speaker series, “Trump and the Liberal World Order,” on Wednesday. The event featured remarks from political science professors regarding Trump’s impact on free market principles, cooperation among nations and liberal democracy. Sydney Van Morgan, International Studies program director and administrative director for International Centers and Programs, moderated the event. The two speakers were Daniel Deudney, associate professor of Political Science, and Sebastian Schmidt, assistant professor of political science. Schmidt began by discussing ways in which the Trump administration runs counter to many of current international relations. “Insofar as the liberal international order can be thought of as being constituted by rules, open trade, international institutions, multilateralism … [Read more...] about How is Trump impacting liberal democracy today?
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Opening address by Deputy President David Mabuza at the 5th South African Tuberculosis (TB) conference Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre Durban: Our Host, the Premier of KwaZulu-Natal, Mr Willies Mchunu, Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi The Chair of the Conference Organising Committee, Dr Margot Uys, Health MEC in KwaZulu-Natal, Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo, United States Chargé d’Affaires, Ms Jessey Lappen, Executive Director of StopTB Partnership, Dr Lucica Ditiu, Professor of Respiratory Medicine, Professor Keertan Dheda, Conference Delegates, Members of the Media, Ladies and Gentlemen, Good Evening, and a very warm welcome to the 5th South African TB Conference. A conference like this, which is solely dedicated to enhancing our strategies to end TB, can only be described as revolutionary. It is revolutionary because its purpose is solely to lend a hand to humanity … [Read more...] about Opening address by Deputy President David Mabuza at the 5th South African Tuberculosis (TB) conference Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre Durban
A service dog waiting for a flight to Philadelphia with her owner gave birth at the Tampa airport as travelers gathered around and watched.The little doggies' daddy "Nugget" was also there for the big event.Tampa Fire Rescue paramedics and a nurse assisted with the delivery.Van Atter said she has mobility and pain issues, Nipps said, and the dogs were service dogs, though Eleanor Rigby was still in training.And yes, the two women have since missed their flight to Philly.A service dog delivered a healthy litter of puppies at Tampa International Airport, Florida, after going into labor as she waited to board a Philadelphia-bound flight with her owner. She said they knew Eleanor Rigby was pregnant, but believed the excitement of being in the airport around so many new people may have triggered the early birth.A round of applause - and a few barks - echoed through the terminal after Puppy 8 (a girl!) was successfully delivered.Related News: 25 May 2018 FDA Wants Teething Medicines … [Read more...] about Service dog gives birth to puppies in Tampa International Airport
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader WorldViews by Amanda Erickson by Amanda Erickson Email the author May 20 at 4:49 PM Email the author Thessaloniki Mayor Yiannis Boutaris had to be pulled away from suspected far-right protesters, who beat him at a flag-lowering ceremony to honor those killed in the Pontic Genocide, a World War I-era attack on ethnic Greeks living in Anatolia. (Eurokinissi/AFP/Getty Images) Yiannis Boutaris is no stranger to controversy. The 75-year-old Thessaloniki mayor is one of Greece's most outspoken advocates for multiculturalism and international understanding. He's pushed for the construction of an Islamic mosque in the … [Read more...] about Greece’s most liberal mayor gets beat up by a bunch of far-right protesters
Wando High School engineering students are taking what they learn in the classroom, and translating their knowledge and abilities into success in engineering/STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) competitions outside the classroom.On March 12, the University of South Carolina held its annual Project Lead The Way statewide engineering competition in Columbia. Teams from Wando competed in both competitions: Introduction to Engineering Design and Principles of Engineering. The Warriors did extremely well in Introduction to Engineering Design; two teams from Wando tied for first place. For that event, teams deconstructed a wooden toy glider and presented their findings and work to faculty members at USC.The following students are members of the winning teams: Brooklyn Cantey, William Eustis, Annabelle McIlwain. Mackenzi Nierduffy, Elise Petit, and Maura Porter.“Our engineering students showcased their excellent teamwork skills and demonstrated a strong grasp of … [Read more...] about Wando students make their mark in STEM-related competitions