1. Samm Neiland for Cafe Noodle

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    Live performance from 9-18-2010

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    • Sustainable Security in Afghanistan Requires Sweeping U.S. Policy Overhaul

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      http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2009/03/swords_ploughshares.html While there have been many studies on the best military approaches to take in the Afghanistan conflict, there have been comparatively few efforts to examine how the United States and its allies should best use their foreign assistance resources to achieve success. The Sustainable Security Program at the Center for American Progress commissioned an innovative scenario exercise to test how much “bang for the buck” the U.S. government could achieve in stabilization and reconstruction operations if it undertook many of the foreign assistance reforms advocated in previous CAP reports. Over the course of three days, we learned that robust foreign assistance reform should be seen as a key national security priority. Dr. Reuben Brigety and Dr. Patrick Cronin discuss this new approach to sustainable security in Afghanistan.

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      • Helpem Fren - Rebuilding a Pacific Nation

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        The Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands (RAMSI) was a $2 billion project, funded mostly by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and AusAID (2003-2013).  In 2003 the Australian Prime Minister - John Howard finally agreed to send troops and advisers to a ‘failed’ Pacific island state - the Solomon Islands. What happened next will change international aid and diplomatic aid projects forever. Sir Alan Kemakeza, Prime Minister of Solomon Islands, made a last ditch effort to save his country. In 2003 he flew to Canberra and asked John Howard to intervene. Howard ultimately agreed and sent troops, police and government advisers to rebuild the Solomon Islands. Why did Australia and the region intervene, and was it ultimately successful? What ramifications does it have for regional diplomacy in future?

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        • Les enfants du Nil -II-

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          57', 2006 Diffusion : PyeongHwa Broadcasting Corp. (PBC, Corée du Sud)

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          • My talk on C-Span

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            I am interviewed on C-Span to talk about aid to Africa.

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            • BERNARD COCKER APRIL 2014

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              Bernard had a vision from God to start, build and develop an International organisation that has distributed over 100 million pounds worth of aid to over 50 nations. Planted hundreds of churches, some In prisons, seen many thousands of prisoners, atheists, Hindus, Muslims and agnostics come to faith. Bernard has seen Gods miraculous provision and Healing miracles.

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              • Globalisation and Inequality - Professor Douglas McWilliams

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                Looking at globalisation and its impact on the world's distribution of income, it is argued that, while in individual countries it may raise inequality, the overall impact of transferring incomes from richer countries to poorer ones means that for the world as a whole, the process actually reduces inequality. Paradoxically, globalisation can reduce global inequality through the transfer of income from rich to poor countries, and inequality may rise as richer members of societies cope better with the massive change. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/how-does-globalisation-affect-inequality-globally Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greshamcollege

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                • George Galloway: Viva Palestina!

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                  This is a talk given by George Galloway, a member of the UK parliment, in Denver, Colorado on July 1, 2009 as part of his efforts to organize a humanitarian convoy into Gaza, where the situation is dire. You can find out more and make a donation at http://www.vivapalestina-us.org Note: The audio gets out of sync part way through. I have spent most of this past week trying different methods to get this to work with no luck. My apologies. I'm still looking for a solution.

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                  • Financial Aid Seminar

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                    Tammy Harrison, assistant vice chancellor for enrollment services at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, speaks to ASMSA seniors about seeking financial aid for their college careers.

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