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HBO History Makers Series With Hans Blix

Speaker: Hans Blix
Presider: Mitchel B. Wallerstein

Hans Blix recounts his experiences leading the UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission as it searched for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq in 2002, and as Director General of the IAEA during the Chernobyl Disaster in Ukraine.

See more in Global; Weapons of Mass Destruction

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HBO History Makers Series With Hans Blix

Speaker: Hans Blix
Presider: Mitchel B. Wallerstein

Hans Blix recounts his experiences leading the UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission as it searched for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq in 2002, and as Director General of the IAEA during the Chernobyl Disaster in Ukraine.

See more in Global; Weapons of Mass Destruction

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Global Health and Infectious Diseases

Research links for news, current outbreaks, research and data, legislation, conferences, and primary sources focused on global health and organizations involved in addressing infectious diseases (also known as communicable diseases) such as Ebola, polio, MERS and influenza.

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Internet Governance and the ITU: Maintaining the Multistakeholder Approach

Authors: Christian Schaller and Johannes Thimm

Christian Schaller and Johannes Thimm analyze Germany's policy priorities at the ITU conference in Busan, South Korea, arguing that Germany will go to Busan opposed to the expansion of the ITU mandate, but in search of ways to increase the ITU's technical capabilities to broaden access.

See more in Global; Germany; International Organizations and Alliances; Internet Policy

Op-Ed

Terrorists Among Us

Author: Micah Zenko
ForeignPolicy.com

Despite perceptions among Americans that the country is unsafe and a terrorist attack is "likely," the real threats don't emanate from actors like the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Rather, as Micah Zenko argues, self scrutiny is needed among U.S. policymakers to recognize the true threat of terrible domestic crimes, generally not labeled as "terrorism," as they are more likely to occur, and do so frequently.

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