Feeling Betrayed: The Roots of Muslim Anger at America

Feeling Betrayed The Roots of Muslim Anger at America International Relations, Islamic World, Terrorism and al Qaeda Steven Kull, Brookings Institution Press 2011 c. 275pp.   Though it has been nearly a decade since the attacks of September 11, the threat of terrorism emanating from the Muslim world has not subsided. U.S. troops fight against radical Islamists overseas, and on a daily basis, Americans pass through body scanners as part of the effort to defend against another attack. … [Read more...]

Lancet Series: 2.6 million babies stillborn

2.6 million babies stillborn in 2009 New global and country estimates published in Lancet Series 14 April 2011 | Geneva -Some 2.6 million stillbirths occurred worldwide in 2009, according to the first comprehensive set of estimates published today in a special series of The Lancet medical journal. LANCET: http://www.thelancetglobalhealthnetwork.com /   Every day more than 7200 babies are stillborn − a death just when parents expect to welcome a new life − and 98% of them occur in … [Read more...]

WFP – Celebrate The Good News On Malnutrition!

    The Good News On Malnutrition There’s plenty of bad news about malnutrition, starting with the fact that one in three children in the developing world suffers from chronic undernutrition and is stunted as a result. But there is good news too.     ROME--Here are five reasons to be optimistic about our chances of winning the battle against child undernutrition:   1. We have the science There’s no lack of knowledge nowadays. We know that if you can ensure babies are nourished properly in … [Read more...]

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