With most stalemated international negotiations, the reasons for both the impasse and the continuation of talks are easy to understand. A range of possible agreed outcomes exists, with some more favorable to one party and some more favorable to the other, and with each side naturally trying to get as good a deal as it can.
I encourage everyone here to read this. It is a interview with Nancy Fraser. She has been on the fore front of feminism and gender thinking and study for decades.
I come from this school of thought because of what I see with my own eyes. I have written about what life is like for many in the lower half of our society. I also wrote a great deal about what happened with Greece and keeping you informed during the crises. Most of my working career as been working in jobs were I was the only women and blazed my own trail.
I simply see Hillary Clinton with a different set of eyes because of my education and experiences.
White House hopeful Bernie Sanders, who has fought the Democratic establishment throughout his campaign, made an extraordinary appeal Sunday for party insiders to help deliver the nomination to him, even if he doesn’t catch rival Hillary Clinton in the remaining primaries and caucuses.
80 inmates still at Gitmo, most charged with nothing since placement there over a decade ago - many scheduled for release 7 years ago, but never released; others essentially sentenced to life without trial or release. Is Col. Jessup still defending American Way up on that wall?
We probably can't stand the truth. How many of us realized that in defending Saudi Arabia - right, that Saudi Arabia - we were capturing many of Gitmo's residents from Yemen? Not quite the Iraq/Afghanistan/Pakistan triad we might expect. When Trump says he'd do more than waterboarding, the awful fact is we've tortured much worse. Which candidate is likely to actually provide release?