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Steam’s open-door policy starts trouble with the Brazilian government

Valve, the company behind the Steam gaming platform, is currently under investigation by the Brazilian government after allowing a controversial game to be sold on its platform. While the platform’s r... read more

Mosquito expert: Washington downplaying Zika virus threat to US

As the number of birth defects linked to a mosquito-borne virus surpasses 4,000 in Brazil, and scientists scramble to create ... referencing Obama’s open-door policy to El Salvadorian women and childr... read more

The New Face of Global Christianity: The Emergence of ’Progressive Pentecostalism’

The Pew Forum interviewed Dr. Donald Miller of the University of Southern California in conjunction with a roundtable on pentecostalism it co-sponsored with the Pacific Council on International Policy ... read more

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ISIS recruiter who radicalised London Bridge attackers was protected by MI5

Despite being placed on an EU-wide watchlist, he managed to enter Britain without problems. Several sources who spoke ... from 2011 to around early-2013, MI5 operated an ‘open door’ policy for Britons ... read more

OPEC Has Regained Its Grip On Oil Markets

Or has the steam been let ... nationwide protests in Brazil from the trucking industry led the government to slash diesel prices. The government has promised to compensate Petrobras for forcing it to ... read more

Africa: The Truth About the Libyan Conflict and Consequences for the Continent

We know that President Lula de Silva (former president of Brazil ... problem is that, Gaddafi has refused to privatize the oil wells and so exercises effective control. That is dangerous, in the same ... read more

Has Internet Governance Become Irrelevant?

After a few more changes within the US Government agency landscape responsibility ... IBSA because of a summit convened by India, Brazil and South Africa) for a UN committee in Internet Related Policy ... read more

Despegar: LatAm's Leading Travel Site Is Set To Take Off

Despite the IPO being 13x oversubscribed, shares have gotten off to a slow start. Company metrics ... controls and horrendous monetary policy over most of that period. 2015 and 2016 were dour years fo... read more

EB-5 program for foreign investors is increasingly popular... and contentious

Once relatively obscure, the program gained steam during the Great Recession when banks stopped ... Now, at a time when U.S. immigration policy is so contentious, the EB--5 program is drawing greater ... read more

Oil Edges Higher On Iran Fears

Total SA (NYSE: TOT) has walked away from the $5 billion South Pars gas project, but is having trouble ... field. Brazil announced a relaxing of local content rules for the Libra oil field, paving the ... read more

Short Peabody. Long Live Pea'v'ody

Thermal on other hand has plenty of steam left; by 2040 global coal generation will increase ... Executive Summary The catalyst for the price surge was policy based and has been snuffed out by Beijing ... read more

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