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Manifesto: “Tech for Peace in the Global Enlightenment Age”

Manifesto: “Tech for Peace in the Global Enlightenment Age”

Following the High Level Discussion “Technology for Peace in the Global Enlightenment Age” with keynote speaker Under-Secretary-General, Tech Envoy of United Nations Amandeep Gill on UN International Day of Peace September 21, Boston Global Forum is creating Manifesto...

French premier wants controls on mosque financing and training of imans

  French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on  July 29 that he would consider a temporary ban on foreign financing of mosques after a wave of  lethal attacks by Muslim terrorists. In an interview with French daily Le Monde, Mr. Valls said he was “open to the idea...

FBI chief warns of terror ‘diaspora’

  Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey warned that if the Islamic State  is defeated in the Middle East: a "diaspora'' of the group’s fighters could infiltrate Western Europe and the U.S. and stage many terror attacks there. “This is an order of...

Chernobyl site eyed for alternate energy

  The Chernobyl nuclear plant after the explosion and meltdown there in 1986. The Ukrainian government says that the  nuclear wasteland around the site of the Chernobyl  nuclear power-plant disaster could be turned into one of the world’s largest solar farms. The...

U.N. agency: Global warming seems to be speeding up

The World Climate Research Program, a United Nations agency, says that record temperatures in the first half of 2016 surprised scientists  despite recognition that extreme weather is becoming more frequent and intense. Earth seems on track to have its hottest year...

As terror spreads, a look at German asylum policy

  As Germans reel from recent terror attacks, here's a question and answer piece on German asylum policy. Many Germans are angry that the policy has brought in some murderous people from the Mideast. To read a CNN article on this, please hit this link.

Japan wants summit with S. Korea and China

  Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida wants Japan to host a trilateral summit with South Korea and China soon. One of the topics is bound to be what to do about North Korea's saber-rattling. “The cooperation of Japan, China and South Korea has completely been...