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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Rebel fighters hold a position in a damaged building during clashes with Syrian government forces in the northeastern city of Deir Ezzor, on November 11, 2013. (AHMAD ABOUD/AFP/Getty)

Planning Relief Efforts in the Philippines | U.S. Military Makes Landfall in Philippines | A Worldwide View of Storm Surges In One Map | Considering the Caribbean: Possible Effects of Rising Sea Levels in Our Backyard | Your Stories of Living in a Paycheck to Paycheck World | Negotiating Lasting Peace In Syria: Lessons From Bosnia & Kosovo | Designing Networks for Answers in Syria

Planning Relief Efforts in the Philippines

As horrific as typhoon Haiyan's impact has been on the Philippines, it’s not the first time a typhoon of great magnitude has hit the region. After years in the field, disaster managem...

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U.S. Military Makes Landfall in Philippines

In the days and weeks of the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, America will likely be the strongest international presence in the region. But the U.S. and the Philippines have a long histo...

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A Worldwide View of Storm Surges In One Map

There are all sorts of humanitarian and relief efforts that happen in hard-hit countries after disasters like Typhoon Haiyan. But not all disasters have equally damaging effects. The ...

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Considering the Caribbean: Possible Effects of Rising Sea Levels in Our Backyard

Last week's tsunami-like surge in the Philippines might be far away, but there's another vulnerable coast line right in our backyard: The Caribbean. Rising sea levels could have consi...

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Stories of Living in a Paycheck to Paycheck World

Roughly three-quarters of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, with little to no emergency savings. We asked about the days of the month that are better or worse for your budget...

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Negotiating Lasting Peace In Syria: Lessons From Bosnia & Kosovo

Efforts to end the long-running conflict in Syria have proved elusive. Retired Ambassador Wolfgang Petritsch was the European Union’s chief negotiator at the Kosovo Peace Agreement ta...

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Designing Networks for Answers in Syria

Is there another way to approach intervention in Syria, and can answers be found in the real time networks of individuals making decisions on the ground? Alexa Courtney is the executi...

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