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Culture, Education, Ethics, Human Rights, War
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I'm a 28 year old Bosnian teacher from Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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THE MORPHOLOGY OF NATIONALISM IN FORMER YUGOSLAVIAN COUNTRIES

Posted on November 21, 2016 at 6:44pm 0 Comments

(IS NATIONALISM AN ASSET OR HINDRANCE IN TODAY’S GLOBALIZED WORLD?)

Following the end of World War II, the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was formed and declared. It consisted of six autonomous republics (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro). The glue that held these republics…

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Global Ethics Forum Preview: The Ethics of Big Data with danah boyd

Next time on Global Ethics Forum, Microsoft Research’s danah boyd discusses the ethical and political implications of big data and artificial intelligence. In this excerpt, boyd explains to journalist Stephanie Sy some of the disturbing issues that arise when machine learning and algorithms are used in the criminal justice system.

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Northwestern's Garry Wills says that he was surprised to learn that Islam is a much more "inclusive" religion than Judaism or Christianity.

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"Though most of the literature you will read on the future of war certainly talks about war as between regular armies, as proper fights, now with drones or with autonomous vehicles or robots or whatever, or even painless--cyber and so on--yet actually the reality of war is as it has always been: it is vicious, and it is nasty, and it kills the wrong people, and it does so in considerable numbers."

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