The Sustainable Development Goals will not be Achieved if the Humanitarian Community Fails Refugees and Internally Displaced People
In addition to including humanitarian contexts and specific outcomes into the SDGs, we know that investing in research evidence
2015 is not 1938. The faces of the refugees are different. The languages they speak are different. The places and killers from which and from whom they are fleeing are different as well. But the refugees' anguish and despair, their fear and sense of abandonment, are very much the same.
"Over qualified" is right.
The current mess is likely only a harbinger of things to come if industrialized nations don't dramatically reduce carbon emissions. Drought and desertification already ruin thousands of square miles of productive land annually, while rising sea levels could eventually force tens if not hundreds of millions of people from their coastal homes.
The truth is that, intriguing as Scotland always is, it was in Iraq -- and in the reaction to Iraq -- where Labour got off the winning course.
Unfortunately, the IRC is in much demand. "We serve 15 million people each year," Miliband dryly told me when we caught up
But three days before NATO leaders meet in Chicago to discuss Afghanistan strategy, British Member of Parliament David Miliband
Shortly before delivering his plan for Afghanistan, Miliband spoke with me at his office in the Houses of Parliament, where he also explained why maintaining good relations with Gaddafi was a good idea.
For a politician who will need to confront both the hegemony and destructive immorality of the world political-economic order as well the furious, defeated neo-liberal wing of his own Party, this is clever.
Brothers David and Ed Miliband recently went head-to-head in the fight to become the new leader of Britain's Labour party. In the end, Ed won 50.65% of his party's votes to his older brother's 49.35%.
It's a puzzling time for politics in the UK. All the familiar fault lines have fractured to create new patterns of connection
The UK government has created the world's largest marine reserve around the Chagos Islands. The reserve would cover a 545,000
Hillary Clinton--whose crush on British Foreign Minister David Miliband is well-documented--shared a nice, hearty laugh with