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 ”People were asking where this phenomenon had come from but, in truth, there is nothing new about the Caliphate or their ideology.” Norell, who is also a Senior Fellow at the European Foundation for Democracy, explained his theory why Europe and the international community had appeared to be slow to react to the threat posed by IS and the Caliphate. He said, ”The difference is that they had a strategy and we didn’t. This partly explains the lack of a pushback against them from the start. By the time we woke up to the threat it was almost too late.” The book, he said, seeks to show that this not a new phenomenon and that there have been several earlier attempts to renew the idea of the Caliphate.

IS ideology ”lives on” despite its military demise

A leading political scientist has warned that while Islamic State may seen to have been defeated militarily, the ideology it is promoting will not be eradicated so easily

Characteristic-based trust is the trust we have in people mostly because they represent some sort of similarity to us, or show admirable features or values that warrant trust. For example, you are more likely to trust someone from the area where you grew up than someone from elsewhere; you might also trust someone with a similar taste in music, or who simply embodies what you value in life.

The rise of Bitcoin doesn’t mean the end of banks. Here’s why

A common idea about the blockchain, the technology that powers Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, is that it can “create trust”, or allow two parties to make a transaction “without relying on trust”

Capitalism is losing support. It is time for a new deal

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President Trump has also taken decisive action to ensure the safety and security of the American people, at home and abroad. He has stood without apology with the men and women of law enforcement. We’re securing our borders, enforcing our laws and taking the gang members, drug dealers and violent criminals off our streets. President Trump has putting the veterans first. He signed bills to restore accountability to the Department of Veterans Affairs and give veterans access to the world-class care they deserve.

Donald Trump, we the people or enemy of the media?

On November 8, Donald Trump won a historic victory. He celebrated the one-year anniversary of his election victory, sharing a message on twitter

Climate Action has reached out to Ministers from all over the world for opinion articles on policy interventions, including Nicolas Hulot, the French Environment Minister, Minister of the Environment, Energy and Housing in Finland, Claire Perry, UK Minister for Climate Change and Industry, Catherine McKenna, and Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Canada.

Climate Action publication launched in Bonn

On Monday, the 11th edition of the Climate Action publication was launched, where the world’s leading sustainability thinkers and policymakers provide detailed insights on the pathway to a low-carbon economy

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