1. Realism

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    from Ryan McKnight / Added

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    This is a short documentary about the International Relations theory known as "Realism." It was created as part of a directed independent study (DIS) course I enrolled in while completing a Film Studies BA at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. All of the images and music are public domain. The "voice of god" narrating the video belongs to PJ Barnes.

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    • Davos 2011: Professor Ervin Laszlo

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      from ELA European Leadership Academy / Added

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      Professor Ervin Laszlo talking about the difference between improvement and change, the flaws of current leadership and a new perspective on world politcs The talk was recorded on January 28th, in Davos, Switzerland. The event was hostet by the ELA European Leadership Academy.

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      • What Should You Know: Pervez Musharraf

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        So if someone comes up to you and is like "Hey, do you know about Pervez Musharraf?". This is what you should say...

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        • World Transformation through Citizen Diplomacy with Extraterrestrial Civilizations

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          from Michael Salla / Added

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          Dr Michael Salla reviews the development of citizen diplomacy in international relations and conflict resolution theory, and applies it to the extraterrestrial presence. He explains how, since its emergence in the 1970’s, citizen diplomacy was resisted by official diplomats, but over the last decade has been increasingly accepted by the diplomatic corps of many countries. The U.S. State Department, for example, now actively seeks ways to complement official or ‘Track One’ diplomacy with ‘Track two’ or ‘citizen diplomacy’ initiatives. Dr Salla reveals how galactic diplomacy with extraterrestrial civilizations has been secretly occurring at an ‘official’ level without the awareness of the general public or elected political representatives. He discusses that citizen diplomacy initiative needs to be undertaken in order to redress the conflicts arising from covert ‘agreements’ between government agencies and some extraterrestrial groups. As a former university professor who received significant government grants for his ‘citizen diplomacy’ initiatives, Dr Salla provides valuable insights and conceptual tools for those contemplating citizen diplomacy initiatives with extraterrestrial civilizations.

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          • An interview with Alex Perry

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            An exhilirating journey to some of the planet's remotest and most dangerous places to explore the sharp end of globalization. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, international corporations and governments have embraced the idea of a global village: a shrinking, booming world in which everyone benefits. What if that's not the case? Alex Perry, award-winning foreign correspondent, travels from the South China Sea to the highlands of Afghanistan to the Sahara to see first-hand globalization at the sharp end -- and it's not pretty. Whether it's Shenzen, China's boom city where sweatshops pay under-age workers less than $4 a day, or Bombay, where the gap between rich and poor means million-dollar apartments overlook million-people slums, or on the high seas with the pirates of southeast Asia who prey on the world's central trade artery, or South Africa, where Mandela's dream for a Rainbow Nation is being crushed by a new economic apartheid, Perry demonstrates, vividly and chillingly, that for every winner in our brave new world, there are hundreds of millions of losers. And be they Chinese army veterans, Indian Maoist rebels or the Somali branch of al Qaeda, they are all very, very angry. Falling Off the Edge is an adrenaline-charged journey through the developing world, which reveals with clarity that globalization starts wars. Far from living in a time of peace and prosperity, Perry suggests, the boom is about to go bang.

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            • Olive Tree Programme Video

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              A video we produced for the Olive Tree Programme at City University, which brings together Israelis and Palestinians to London for three years to study for undergraduate scholarship degrees, with the aim of raising awareness about this unique initiative within the international community.

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              • Reverse Mission: Transnational Religious Communities and the Making of US Foreign Policy

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                November 10th, 2011 | For more on this event, please visit: http://bit.ly/pORLzf Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs | Georgetown University Timothy Byrnes discussed his new book Reverse Mission: Transnational Religious Communities and the Making of US Foreign Policy (Georgetown University Press, 2011). Offering a unique perspective on the role of religion in world politics, Byrnes examines the ways in which communities of Catholic priests and nuns (including, prominently, the Society of Jesus) attempt to shape American foreign policy in order to protect the interests of their “brothers and sisters” abroad. http://berkleycenter.georgetown.edu

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                • What should be the U.S. policy toward Haiti?

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                  Don Golden, Senior Vice President of Church Engagement at World Relief, discusses past issues in relations between the U.S. and Haiti and relates his thoughts about how U.S. policy toward Haiti ought to develop

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                  • Osirus - Typhon

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                    from scott becker / Added

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                    History seems to repeat itself and mankind's actions seem to defer to age old mythic presence. The "Dying God" motif recalling ancient power struggles seems embodied in the modern mythos of powerful weaponry. This 2001 piece, created in Lightwave 3D software.

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                    • Conner Lawrence - India 2010 Final Piece

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                      from Global Fellowship / Added

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