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Room for Debate: Pakistan Must End Its Dangerous Dance With the Taliban http://t.co/CO9dAx5cwa#Pakistan must end its dangerous dance with the Taliban - an important reminder in @roomfordebate: http://t.co/NPJIzzqCRN #PeshawarAttack
Retweeted by Room for Debate.@hahellyer on @roomfordebate: If subsidies fall with oil revenues, Arab unrest may rise: http://t.co/bDNU6zNATW
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow Cheaper Oil Is Shaping the World - Room for Debate http://t.co/OJCRNXAWfj via @nuzzel thanks @roomfordebate
Retweeted by Room for Debate.@roomfordebate asks: What is the best way to oppose the Pakistani Taliban? http://t.co/CsuJZyoONK #PakistanSchoolAttack #Pakistan
Retweeted by Room for DebateRoom for Debate: Is There Any Hope Against the Taliban Horror in Pakistan? http://t.co/A02NwPlWpg
12/19
2014
Is There Any Hope Against the Taliban Horror in Pakistan? http://t.co/6JthJFh75Y"Venezuela’s economic collapse was an important factor in the historic change in U.S.-Cuba relations" @MoisesNaim in @roomfordebate
Retweeted by Room for DebateEffects of #oil price plunge on US: The importance of context http://t.co/VQ6akI4cGl @roomfordebate @OxfordEconomics http://t.co/rT0G13tW4Y
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow Cheaper Oil Is Shaping the World - w/ @MoisesNaim @hahellyer @GregDaco @Glada_Lahn http://t.co/g8eVju0U3KCheck out NYT @roomfordebate: how cheaper oil is shaping the world w/ @MoisesNaim @hahellyer @GregDaco @Glada_Lahn http://t.co/N5TfQtmdEF
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow Cheaper Oil Is Shaping World http://t.co/6raDA9n7Zu (for now) @roomfordebate Seems good for environment if cuts drill baby drill push?
Retweeted by Room for DebateCheap oil nudges US economy, destablizes Mideast, hurts enviroment & stirs intl relations. @roomfordebate http://t.co/uLshSJsEfw
Retweeted by Room for DebateRoom for Debate: How Cheaper Oil Is Shaping the World http://t.co/Zg84WTrXzs
12/18
2014
How Cheaper Oil Is Shaping the World http://t.co/SD4YlftWpEBleeping, En Español http://t.co/W9xTnk3kc5Latinos make up about 3% of FCC staff, most in service positions, and very few in posts that examine indecency. http://t.co/TdEB1meKshDoes the Spanish-language media get a pass on profanity in broadcasting? http://t.co/31AhJMLSt2 http://t.co/jOLaA8tnesVERY interesting takes --> Bleeping, En Español: How Should the F.C.C. Regulate Foreign Language Broadcasting? http://t.co/4DzhKiu0MW
Retweeted by Room for DebateShould the F.C.C. do more to regulate Spanish-language media? http://t.co/6DY480ecCMThe release of Alan Gross opens a new #Cuba chapter - Should the U.S. Normalize Relations With Cuba? http://t.co/rDY4qDBvGvRoom for Debate: No Legitimacy for Cuba's Dictators http://t.co/22ZP4cJ2ifRoom for Debate: Should the U.S. Normalize Relations With #Cuba? http://t.co/H0rzPAWYWuShould the U.S. lift the embargo and establish diplomatic relations with the Cuban government? http://t.co/WtwLx2otQ1@ChrisSabatini in @RoomforDebate on normalizing relations w #Cuba: Democracy Can't Take Root in Isolation http://t.co/TZeBbnPF2q@CarlosAMontaner on our most recent #Cuba @RoomforDebate: Cuba Doesn't Deserve Normal Diplomatic Relations http://t.co/ZCNBe7tRvDThe release of Alan Gross opens a new #Cuba chapter - Should the U.S. Normalize Relations With Cuba? http://t.co/KwjDorVbIL
12/17
2014
How Should the F.C.C. Regulate Foreign Language Broadcasting? http://t.co/AmvPfwweiTRoom for Debate: Choreography and Gesture Play an Important Role in Protests http://t.co/1UvdtNEZnv #blacklivesmatterRoom for Debate: What Does the Style of a Protest Say About a Movement? http://t.co/ZwX7x4VhD4@RoomforDebate on how and why the #blacklivesmatter protests have been effective http://t.co/dclcYOAoh0
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12/16
2014
What Does the Style of a Protest Say About a Movement? http://t.co/rkzS66TSoMImportant pieces from @wagatwe and @mldauber on campus process and justice in this @roomfordebate http://t.co/31qd9llYlf
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12/15
2014
@RoomforDebate: Support and Judgement Have Different Requirements in Rape Cases http://t.co/C5RIcZrPfH http://t.co/CJYWB8BQyORoom for Debate: Believing Victims Is the First Step to Stopping Rape http://t.co/4GqGUdLtPs http://t.co/ABIjbpO1H3Room for Debate: Transparency and Sensitivity Work Together to Stop Campus Rape http://t.co/bHVDNJDPv8Clarity and Commitment http://t.co/xrfoP6m0T5
12/14
2014
Justice and Fairness in Campus Rape Cases http://t.co/w79TT64EFG http://t.co/497OiIOkCg
12/13
2014
Rape on campus: how to get victims the right support while accused are fairly investigated? http://t.co/czH4Zc1Th0 http://t.co/BQjYrHBma6Room for Debate: Justice and Fairness in Campus Rape Cases http://t.co/bogABc6Ict http://t.co/lOOHL36vHiHow can women who say they have been raped get support and an investigation while accused get fair treatment? http://t.co/FivT9zyxoTJohn Coltrane only played 'A Love Supreme' live—in its entirety—once. Watch it here: http://t.co/oUrLKzz2Gk http://t.co/RGczHTEoXQ
Retweeted by Room for DebateJustice and Fairness in Campus Rape Cases http://t.co/1ayuC5AnXR"At ICC, Due Process Deficiencies Mar Credibility," writes Ted Galen Carpenter in @nytopinion @roomfordebate http://t.co/FcJFEHWGV7
Retweeted by Room for DebateGreat discussion in @roomfordebate Do We Need the International #Criminal #Court? @_CICC http://t.co/5yoUAsBjJw
Retweeted by Room for DebateRoom for Debate: The I.C.C. Deserves Our Full Support http://t.co/KvEnZo8zOrShould more be done to strengthen the legitimacy of the International Criminal Court, or should it be eliminated? http://t.co/EpLNINZucQRoom for Debate: At I.C.C., Due Process Deficiencies Mar Credibility http://t.co/BwTwXZLMjQWith charges dropped against the Kenyan president, the I.C.C. faces difficult questions http://t.co/r03Jl2M4U7 http://t.co/ZgjLzfgeJa
12/12
2014
Room for Debate: Do We Need the International Criminal Court? http://t.co/crUw2SUhHh http://t.co/zDmbvPfQRuAre charter schools, with their high rates of suspension, expulsion, cherry-picking students? http://t.co/UtNa5V5O6W http://t.co/gYTlJ4JUFJDo We Need the International Criminal Court? http://t.co/PgAJeoHezD.@carolburris: Expelled charter students enter the public schools discouraged and further behind. http://t.co/xr5z6LAdpoHigh-suspension rates at charter schools may be influenced by perverse incentives promoted by market competition: http://t.co/zP3i0TFh5SCharter school teacher @MarilynRhames on arbitrarily strict discipline policies: http://t.co/OhRllqY3d9Urban Prep's @timking1 on creating a rigorous and rewarding culture for students in charter schools: http://t.co/CPYbfHOpC6Are charter schools cherry-picking students? http://t.co/bId24ZgKZc Be sure to read @MarilynRhames & @carolburris @roomfordebate
Retweeted by Room for DebateWhen it comes to charter schools, some advocates focus too narrowly on the consequences for disruptive kids: http://t.co/fuc9Pn9OBSRoom for Debate: Charter Schools' Arbitrary Rules Can Have Dire Consequences http://t.co/YEw0iMxBv4Former defender of charters says she has now "seen the light;" harsh disciplinary practices are counter productive http://t.co/4qCVUvxKn1
Retweeted by Room for DebateConsider charter schools’ suspension & expulsion rates when evaluating their success, esp when it comes to testing. http://t.co/wb2EeFvAtuAre charter schools, with their high rates of suspension and expulsion, cherry-picking students? http://t.co/kNjx0rgZvnDoes tough discipline let charters provide the best education, or trim students who bring down their scores? http://t.co/T7wz1Zfa1a
12/11
2014
Are Charter Schools Cherry-Picking Students? http://t.co/sqV00xqzdDClose the Gap in the Torture Act http://t.co/GXD6t51lEBDavid Luban:Prosecuting torture enablers would be futile, so recognize those who kept moral clarity and opposed it. http://t.co/bvSfChupTYWhat can be done to hold those who approved torturing detainees accountable? http://t.co/gygJV0SgG9 #CIA http://t.co/08EMRcjG23Room for Debate: A Special Prosecutor, Compensation and C.I.A. Reforms Are Needed http://t.co/dRLDgvTpoIRoom for Debate: The C.I.A. Report Is Too Tainted to Matter http://t.co/tjR1Wg1ci4The CIA, Torture and Responsibility http://t.co/Q4034QcRsK How to prevent abuses in the future? Read and join our discussion
12/10
2014
Celebrate the Ones Who Stood Up for What Was Right http://t.co/AoeyF8J9pu@RoomforDebate looks beyond the report - A Special Prosecutor, Compensation and C.I.A. Reforms Are Needed http://t.co/9ahLyDzYgvThe CIA, Torture and Responsibility http://t.co/8IPgp6xTxJ How to prevent abuses in the future? Read and join our discussionA Tortured Accounting http://t.co/xTM8MEK90Vthe failed attempt by US forces to rescue hostages in Yemen revives our debate about negotiating with terrorists http://t.co/iOmnKngEXB
12/9
2014
Room for Debate: Should Facebook Do More to Monitor Violent Expressions? http://t.co/XE403Kno6sRoom for Debate: Companies Should Reject Specific Online Threats http://t.co/eOySVKDXEiRoom for Debate: Restoring Justice and Security in Mexico http://t.co/lak0TxPQg9Would attempts by Facebook and other social sites to curb violent comments step on users' artistic expression? http://t.co/vJ8EOjLYk7Room for Debate: Should Facebook Do More to Monitor Violent Expressions? http://t.co/mbRR8wYDUZRoom for Debate: Social Media Can Monitor Itself, and Protect Free Speech http://t.co/ovknMcM7tkRoom for Debate: An Election Won't Change Israel's Challenges or Its Response http://t.co/Cdz1cG6U65Room for Debate: If Israel Turns Right, Where Will It End Up? http://t.co/CoTWn3vyaIAn Alternative Can Save Israel http://t.co/Fxmrn0tVM5
12/8
2014
If Israel Turns Right, Where Will It End Up? http://t.co/CRyst2r0UU
12/7
2014
Special Prosecutors Are Useful, but Not a Guarantee Against Prejudice http://t.co/3ts7URuWlYWould attempts by FB to curb violent comments impact artistic expression? Great piece @nytimes by @cekubrin: http://t.co/HdCoUaY0YK
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12/5
2014
.@cekubrin: Increased censorship on Facebook could target the most vulnerable form of expression: rap music. http://t.co/2sNuAv6DVrUnderstandably, DAs sympathize with cops, but that's more reason to have special prosecutors, says Paul Butler http://t.co/sXiijM1lhF
Retweeted by Room for DebateThere are plenty of examples of DA's indicting cops, so special prosecutors are not needed, says Heather Mac Donald. http://t.co/fxPMxOcozG
Retweeted by Room for DebateTrevor Burrus of Cato should police should be held to a higher standard. http://t.co/7byRuSx72l
Retweeted by Room for DebateA Special Prosecutor Is a Bad Idea With Unanticipated Consequences http://t.co/MIbMRdBtdrThe monitoring and restriction of even violent content on social media can have dire consequences. http://t.co/KrlqPpzT2CWhen to use off-label drugs & other hard ethical choices-all part of our @nytimes Room for Debate piece! http://t.co/d6fKBZ3es2
Retweeted by Room for DebateDo cases like Eric Garner's, where police are accused of excessive force, require a special prosecutor? http://t.co/5LC96fJwHiDo Cases Like Eric Garner's Require a Special Prosecutor? http://t.co/Bw1PeKeyHe.@daniellecitron: Social media companies should clearly define the term “threat”: http://t.co/Uz52FmE42SSCOTUS takes on violent remarks posted on Facebook. What does this mean for freedom of speech in social media? http://t.co/Wpr7j8rtYuWhen Cops Kill http://t.co/39PIwlQ3fx"It isn’t a few bad apples, it’s the way police officers are trained to see communities of color as war zones" http://t.co/H6TTj8FDRF
12/4
2014
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