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Politics, Gender, and Intersectionality. Appointed in 2010, Professor Sally J. Kenney is the Newcomb College Endowed Chair, Executive Director of the Newcomb Institute, and Professor
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Author: Fay Kartner, article representing personal views of the author. Champagne producers agreed to reduce harvest in order to decrease production and raise prices. As
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Public outcry over the draft EIA Notification in India. Why does this bill not protect the environment?
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Author: Daniele Grippo Representatives of 164 UN countries, meeting in Marrakech on December 10th and 11th, adopted the Global Compact, the UN pact on migration.