11, 2018 8:21 p.ET WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump said he believes he has developed a positive relationship with North Korea’s leader despite their mutual public insults, suggesting he is open to diplomacy after months of escalating tensions over Pyongyang’s nuclear-weapons program.
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To the Editor:Re “Pushing the Boundaries of Free Speech in Cuba,” by Ernesto Londoño (Editorial Notebook, March 7):Mr.But he gives too much credit to President Obama’s December 2014 announcement of rapprochement with Cuba for inspiring the discussion.
I went to several events in the Beijing Olympics, and one striking aspect was the message of openness to the world.We witnessed Usain Bolt's world record breaking 100 metre race, and my "auntie" changed the chant from "Zhongguo Jiayou" (Go China!
And yet that wisdom continues to elude the prime minister, as he demonstrated last week when announcing the terms of a new inquiry into the Iraq war.It is of a piece with the honesty box approach that governed MPs' expenses, now exposed as a scam.
The onus was now on Beijing to agree to standards of "transparent verification".Clinton's proposal had cunningly undermined Beijing's leadership over the developing bloc of countries.
But the long contest between secrecy and openness is not uniquely American.By far the most important upsurge of anxiety about the making of foreign policy and in favour of greater openness came around and just after the first world war.
Some hours ago, bombs killed three and injured scores of people at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.The Kosice Marathon in Slovakia and the Comrades' Marathon in South Africa were created to commemorate the dead in first world war.
One can be termed “globalism”, which is currently most prominently represented by the German chancellor, Angela Merkel.The other is “territorialism”, a view that the very likely Republican candidate for the US elections in November, Donald Trump, represents.
” In hindsight, these firm public health messages sound a bit hollow, and that’s a worry for anyone who believes in the authority of evidence-based medicine.This kind of attitude among public health officials is at play in another controversial area: whether e-cigarettes are a force for good or ill.
The only defence of the original report is that the full facts were not available to the reporter.Although the media already have access to the family courts, our freedom to report from them is closely circumscribed.
Few issues in the computer industry are more divisive than the issue of open source software.Much open source development is done under the General Public License (GPL), which ensures that nobody holds the intellectual property of the source code.
That is the essential choice Facebook faces: openness v control.That quandary is not unique; every media company is now facing the same choice in the Google age.
Showing an "unambiguous" human impact is a much harder task than assessing the "balance of evidence".In each case, they argue, legitimate debates about scientific analysis and access to researchers' data have been turned into vindictive character assassination.
The emails reveal repeated and systematic attempts by him and his colleagues to block FoI requests from climate sceptics who wanted access to emails, documents and data.As long ago as 2005, before the incoming legislation had been tested in Britain, Jones was laying out his uncompromising views on protecting "his" data.
This scheme takes open information about the candidates' policies for the London Mayoral election and brings them together into easily digestible chunks.This user-led way of communicating with the electorate is also helpful to local government in general.
A discussion about plagiarism and intellectual property rights in higher education couldn't be any more timely.Yet, along with the opportunities that the internet brings comes challenges – particularly around academic integrity, and more specifically, plagiarism.
Most of the files relate to MI5's activities in the second world war, particularly its success in rounding up German spies in Britain.She was recruited by the French secret service and some historians believe she was a scapegoat for French defeats on the battlefield.