• Sorbonne Assas - International Law School

    published: 05 Sep 2017
  • Study Abroad in Paris - My First Week

    Hi, I'm studying abroad Fall of 2014. This is a video about my first week in Paris. Alongside not understanding anyone when they talked to me in French, running on 3 hours of sleep because I was jetlagged, having a shower the size of a shoebox, and not having any WiFi, phone service, or navigation, here's another traumatizing event that happened during my first week in Paris. Like, comment, subscribe, yo. HELP ME MAKE MORE VIDEOS: https://www.patreon.com/yesreneau Twitter: https://twitter.com/yesreneau Tumblr: https://yesreneau.tumblr.com Email: yesreneau@gmail.com

    published: 15 Oct 2014
  • I Wanted it, I Made it Happen | Lili Golestan | TEDxTehran

    How whole-heartedly do we need to long for something so we can make it happen? How can we reach our targets when the situation is not perfect? Born in 1944, Lili Golestan left for Paris after her secondary school and studied dress and textile designing at the Decorative Art institute in Paris. During that period, she attended some classes of world art history and French literature at Sorbonne university, and during her stay, she also participated in pottery making classes. After four years of living and studying in Paris, she returned to Iran and took up a job as a textile designer at Moghaddam textile factory. Later, she joined Iran’s national television as a dress designer and then, she became the head of children’s TV program. She quit her job after 7 years and afterwards, publishe...

    published: 27 Jul 2017
  • Theodore Roosevelt - Speec at the Sorbonne

    published: 24 Jun 2012
  • Why have an analogicalorgasm? | Ann Massal | TEDxOxbridge

    Coining the term ‘analogicalorgasm’, Massal explores the ways in which creative ideas can cause a chain reaction of creation across a wide variety of industries. Citing examples that range from lipsticks, to designer bags, to fridges, she demonstrates the ways in which successful products are rooted and gives tips on how to spark ideas that work. Ann Massal is an out of the box thinker who has been working in the beauty industry for the past 17 years across the globe and has launched some of the biggest innovations seen out there (BB Cream, Cushion Foundation...). She teaches innovation at La Sorbonne (Paris IV - CELSA) and has conceptualized the notion of analogicorgasm, which gives analogical thinking a brand new twist and can help anyone come up with an idea on-demand. A relentless ...

    published: 06 Jul 2017
  • Sorbonne Student Protest 4/03/09 - Sousaphone Ska

    The second fastest way to stop traffic with a sousaphone. What you can't see is the tourist-laden coach struggling to make it up the hill behind them.

    published: 04 Mar 2009
  • Paris Vlog | RedLipsKiss

    Sek mane Facebooke: www.facebook.com/redlipskiss Sek mane Instagrame: www.instagram.com/InesaRLK Rašyk man: inesavb@gmail.com Viešbutis, kuriame mes gyvenome (superinis rajonas, bet pats viešbutis nelabai): https://www.booking.com/hotel/fr/des-deux-avenues.en-gb.html?aid=304142;label=gen173nr-1FCAEoggJCAlhYSDNiBW5vcmVmaIgBiAEBmAEuwgEKd2luZG93cyAxMMgBFNgBAegBAfgBC5ICAXmoAgM;sid=429c41f709b53b1c12ad87875de1b31d

    published: 06 Nov 2017
  • France: Macron's new media strategy - The Listening Post (Feature)

    During last year's presidential election campaign, Emmanuel Macron was the darling of the French media. His promises of a "new world" and a new French revolution seemed tailor-made for the times. So did Macron's image as the politician offering a cure for France's stagnant economy. He swept to power with 66 percent of the vote, demolishing his opponent of the far right. However, his romance with the media has since turned sour. "We very rarely see Macron," says RTL political editor Elizabeth Martichoux. "The Elysee Palace is quite an impregnable fortress. Macron does not host luncheons with journalists like his predecessor, Francois Hollande, used to. He stopped doing all that. There is never an 'off-the-record' moment, he is a president who is always 'on the record.'" From his earliest...

    published: 12 Feb 2018
  • 04 I am as you know exceedingly stupid

    Roger Rees as Lord John Marbury in The West Wing episode 112 "He shall, from time to time." CUT TO: INT. THE PRESIDENT'S BEDROOM - DAY Bartlet and Leo are settled on the couch. Lord Marbury is across them. MARBURY You know, there are some marvelous flu remedies known in the certain remote parts of the subcontinent. Licorice root, for instance, combined with bamboo sap and a strong shot of whiskey. Ginger root, also, mixed with, uh, citrus peel. BARTLET And a strong shot of whiskey? MARBURY Yes, of course. In fact, you can throw out the ginger root and citrus peel, and still be well in your way. BARTLET What have you got for me, John? MARBURY Well, um, after speaking at length this past week with your secretaries of state and defense, as well as your joint chiefs and various emba...

    published: 25 Jul 2009
  • At least 9 swimmers confirmed dead from flash flood in Arizona

    There was no warning as the flash flood was triggered by torrential rain; the search continues for missing swimmers.

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • Milan Universities Overview

    Universities I'm talking about: Bocconi 01:30 Universita degli studi di Milano/University of Milan/Statale 04:18 Politecnico di Milano 05:30 Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore 06:38 IULM 07:43 Bicocca 08:55 Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera 10:09 Istituto Marangoni 11:56 Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) 12:39 Thanks for watching! Other Milan videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLEWK2l27m8&list=PLmq_MQ0WmHP1M79FzMVI2jw3Lgc5L1psr Follow me on social media! :) https://www.instagram.com/lenny_winter/ https://soundcloud.com/lennywinter https://twitter.com/lennywinter Music channel: https://www.youtube.com/lennywinter

    published: 22 Jul 2017
  • ASMR le CHOCOLAT ✨🍫 🍫 ✨

    👉🏻 ATTENTION : This is an ASMR video, please wear headphones / Ceci est une vidéo de relaxation ASMR, mets une paire d'écouteurs. ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ Ça y est ! Je suis sur Tipeee. N'hésite pas à me rejoindre, à devenir acteur de cette chaîne et à contribuer à son amélioration : https://www.tipeee.com/parisasmr 📷 Follow me on instagram: paris_asmr 🕊 Follow me on twitter: @parisASMR ☑️ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/parisasmr 📧 Send me an e-mail : parisasmr@yahoo.fr 🇫🇷 Me voici de retour du salon du chocolat. Bon, j'ai attendu un peu c'est vrai mais il fallait que je vous montre mes petites trouvailles. Plein de belles choses pour vous conter des histoires sucrées au rythme des crinkles et du tapping. Bonne relaxation. Au menu : 1:36 Sadaharu Aoki Paris : tablette matcha ...

    published: 23 Nov 2017
  • France - Student Marches For More Funding

    T/I: 10:34:41 Tens of thousands of French students held demonstrations in cities across the country on Tuesday (21/11) to demand more funding for universities. In Paris, it centered on a rally outside the Sorbonne, France's oldest university. SHOWS: PARIS, FRANCE 21/11: Tilt down from Sorbonne to student demo GVs of crowds chanting, and holding signs Student, VOX-POP (in English): "After years of waiting for money, and people to teach us, there is a lot of discontent in the university. We just want to study in good conditions." Student, VOX-POP (in French) about how the university needs money to function properly" WS demonstration WS crowd marches down street 1.50 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/64...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Jean Ziegler über Thomas Sankara

    Jean Ziegler (French: [ziglɛʁ]; born April 19, 1934 as Hans Ziegler) is a former professor of sociology at the University of Geneva and the Sorbonne, Paris. Currently member of the Advisory Committee to the United Nations Human Rights Council. He was a Member of Parliament for the Social Democrats in the Federal Assembly of Switzerland from 1981 to 1999. He has also held several positions with the United Nations, especially as Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food from 2000 to 2008,[1] and as a member of the Advisory Committee of the UN Human Rights Council from 2008 to 2012. Jean Ziegler has authored numerous works, is a lecturer, and is well known for this sentence: "A child who dies from hunger is a murdered child."[2] Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara (French pronunciation: ​[tɔma izidɔʁ ...

    published: 30 Nov 2016
  • Scholarship Facts & Tips : Getting Free Scholarships in France

    Getting free scholarships for studying abroad in France requires applying for a study abroad scholarship to fund or partially fund the trip to France. Search the Internet for more French scholarships with insight from a financial aid officer in this free video on scholarships and financial aid. Expert: Brooke Kramer Contact: www.argosy.edu Bio: Brooke Kramer is the financial aid officer at Argosy University in Salt Lake City, Utah. Filmmaker: Michael Burton

    published: 05 Jun 2009
  • The Talented- #DonateToEducate

    “Our youth our responsibility, our Zakat our immunity” is Abu Dhabi University’s Ramadan campaign for Zakat Fund, which aims to raise funds for providing sponsorship to national & non-national deserving students. Meet some of our students whose lives have been transformed through this program. We hope their stories will inspire you to make a contribution, to help many more students who aspire for a better tomorrow Make a difference today and find out how you can make a donation by visitng http://www.adu.ac.ae/zakatdonation.aspx

    published: 15 May 2017
  • Live interview with admissions at The American University of Paris

    Check out this one hour live interview with the dean of student services and the deputy director of admissions and financial aid of The American University of Paris. Special thanks to @CAMPUS_CHANNEL_ for managing the interview and the student questions!

    published: 02 Jul 2013
  • Syria: Russian MoD releases Idlib airstrike footage, rejects strikes on civilians settlements

    Russian Defence Ministry released aerial footage of airstrikes on Idlib region, on Tuesday, rejecting claims made by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights' that they had targeted civilian settlements in Idlib province. Video ID: 20170926 006 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • Ramadan 2017

    "Ramadan est un mois spirituel que je partage avec ma famille et nos amis aux Emirats. ٌRamadan Kareem!" Angela Franklin, Chef de Section dans le Département des Affaires Culturelles et Etudiants à l'Université Paris- Sorbonne Abu Dhabi رمضان شهر روحاني أتشاركه مع عائلتي وأصدقائنا في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة. رمضان كريم!" أنجيلا فراكلين، رئيس قسم في إدارة شؤون الطلبة في جامعة باريس السوربون-أبوظبي

    published: 01 Jun 2017
  • The United Nations Security Council: Challenges and Opportunities

    BRUNO STAGNO UGARTE, UN Security Council Report. After 67 years attempting to maintain international peace and security, the UN Security Council currently faces a number of unprecedented challenges to its authority and efficacy. Confronted with new threats and conflicts, new claimants to the privileges of permanent membership, new critics to its claims to legitimacy and authority, and few successes since its 2011 landmark interventions in Libya and Côte d'Ivoire, the Security Council is at a crossroads. From burden shedding to burden sharing, from peacebuilding to robust peacekeeping, the Council is seeking for ways to retain its authority despite its continuing failure in Syria. The talk will take a look inside the Security Council, and address how this conservative organ is imperfectly ...

    published: 25 Oct 2013
  • How Palestine's Tamimi Family Resists Israel's Occupation

    Israeli forces have killed three of its family members and arrested scores of others, including 16-year old Ahed, but the Tamimi family continues its non-violent struggle for Palestinian freedom. We speak to Manal Tamimi about her recent imprisonment and her family's defiant activism Visit http://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at http://therealnews.com/donate.

    published: 10 Jan 2018
  • Ramadan 2017- Countdown to Eid

    Stay Tuned... Eid is coming

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • The Art of Giving | Noor Shamma | TEDxIMTDubai

    Noor Shamma discussed the ‘Art of Giving’ and to always uphold a smile, as it is the smallest gift you can give a stranger, to the larger picture of financial aid and giving up your time for others. She glanced across several examples on how social media and technology have created a divide; how people are too busy for one another and how it is up to you to make the change. Yet, once again the magic lies within you; the need to change from within, and that we can only be treated the way we treat others. The Head of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs at Paris-Sorbonne University, and the originator of the Postcard Initiative sweeping through the UAE and beyond. Her aim, is to restore the humanity in communication as the world becomes more connected and less humane with the omnipre...

    published: 28 Feb 2017
  • The Man Who Tried to Save the World (2008)

    Sérgio Vieira de Mello (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈsɛʁʒu viˈejɾɐ dʒi ˈmɛlu], 15 March 1948 – 19 August 2003) was a Brazilian United Nations diplomat who worked for the UN for more than 34 years, earning respect and praise around the world for his efforts in the humanitarian and political programs of the UN. He was posthumously awarded a United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights in 2003. Vieira de Mello was born in Rio de Janeiro to the diplomat Arnaldo Vieira de Mello and his wife Gilda, on 15 March 1948.[1] He had an older sister, Sônia. The family followed Arnaldo's diplomatic postings, such that Sérgio spent his early years in Buenos Aires, Genoa, Milan, Beirut and Rome.[2] In 1965, he enrolled to study philosophy at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, but as classes wer...

    published: 09 Dec 2017
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Sorbonne Assas - International Law School

Sorbonne Assas - International Law School

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Study Abroad in Paris - My First Week

Study Abroad in Paris - My First Week

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Hi, I'm studying abroad Fall of 2014. This is a video about my first week in Paris. Alongside not understanding anyone when they talked to me in French, running on 3 hours of sleep because I was jetlagged, having a shower the size of a shoebox, and not having any WiFi, phone service, or navigation, here's another traumatizing event that happened during my first week in Paris. Like, comment, subscribe, yo. HELP ME MAKE MORE VIDEOS: https://www.patreon.com/yesreneau Twitter: https://twitter.com/yesreneau Tumblr: https://yesreneau.tumblr.com Email: yesreneau@gmail.com
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I Wanted it, I Made it Happen | Lili Golestan | TEDxTehran

I Wanted it, I Made it Happen | Lili Golestan | TEDxTehran

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  • Updated: 27 Jul 2017
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How whole-heartedly do we need to long for something so we can make it happen? How can we reach our targets when the situation is not perfect? Born in 1944, Lili Golestan left for Paris after her secondary school and studied dress and textile designing at the Decorative Art institute in Paris. During that period, she attended some classes of world art history and French literature at Sorbonne university, and during her stay, she also participated in pottery making classes. After four years of living and studying in Paris, she returned to Iran and took up a job as a textile designer at Moghaddam textile factory. Later, she joined Iran’s national television as a dress designer and then, she became the head of children’s TV program. She quit her job after 7 years and afterwards, published her first translation of the novel “Life, War and then nothing” by Oriana Fallaci in 1967. The book encouraged her to translate more novels. She has since published more than twenty books. Between 1981 and 1987, Lili Golestan opened a bookstore called Ketab-e-Iran. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Theodore Roosevelt - Speec at the Sorbonne

Theodore Roosevelt - Speec at the Sorbonne

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Why have an analogicalorgasm? | Ann Massal | TEDxOxbridge

Why have an analogicalorgasm? | Ann Massal | TEDxOxbridge

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  • Updated: 06 Jul 2017
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Coining the term ‘analogicalorgasm’, Massal explores the ways in which creative ideas can cause a chain reaction of creation across a wide variety of industries. Citing examples that range from lipsticks, to designer bags, to fridges, she demonstrates the ways in which successful products are rooted and gives tips on how to spark ideas that work. Ann Massal is an out of the box thinker who has been working in the beauty industry for the past 17 years across the globe and has launched some of the biggest innovations seen out there (BB Cream, Cushion Foundation...). She teaches innovation at La Sorbonne (Paris IV - CELSA) and has conceptualized the notion of analogicorgasm, which gives analogical thinking a brand new twist and can help anyone come up with an idea on-demand. A relentless explorer, she also founded, ANNONYM, a think tank agency made of emerging talents that works with startups and big businesses to deliver innovative solutions. She has consulted for Top Global Companies on brand innovation and strategy and still retains a role within L’Oreal Paris brand executive committee. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Sorbonne Student Protest 4/03/09 - Sousaphone Ska

Sorbonne Student Protest 4/03/09 - Sousaphone Ska

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The second fastest way to stop traffic with a sousaphone. What you can't see is the tourist-laden coach struggling to make it up the hill behind them.
https://wn.com/Sorbonne_Student_Protest_4_03_09_Sousaphone_Ska
Paris Vlog |  RedLipsKiss

Paris Vlog | RedLipsKiss

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  • Updated: 06 Nov 2017
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Sek mane Facebooke: www.facebook.com/redlipskiss Sek mane Instagrame: www.instagram.com/InesaRLK Rašyk man: inesavb@gmail.com Viešbutis, kuriame mes gyvenome (superinis rajonas, bet pats viešbutis nelabai): https://www.booking.com/hotel/fr/des-deux-avenues.en-gb.html?aid=304142;label=gen173nr-1FCAEoggJCAlhYSDNiBW5vcmVmaIgBiAEBmAEuwgEKd2luZG93cyAxMMgBFNgBAegBAfgBC5ICAXmoAgM;sid=429c41f709b53b1c12ad87875de1b31d
https://wn.com/Paris_Vlog_|_Redlipskiss
France: Macron's new media strategy  - The Listening Post (Feature)

France: Macron's new media strategy - The Listening Post (Feature)

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During last year's presidential election campaign, Emmanuel Macron was the darling of the French media. His promises of a "new world" and a new French revolution seemed tailor-made for the times. So did Macron's image as the politician offering a cure for France's stagnant economy. He swept to power with 66 percent of the vote, demolishing his opponent of the far right. However, his romance with the media has since turned sour. "We very rarely see Macron," says RTL political editor Elizabeth Martichoux. "The Elysee Palace is quite an impregnable fortress. Macron does not host luncheons with journalists like his predecessor, Francois Hollande, used to. He stopped doing all that. There is never an 'off-the-record' moment, he is a president who is always 'on the record.'" From his earliest days in office, Macron made it clear which journalists he wanted covering his story. At the outset, Macron sometimes seemed like he was part president, part assignment editor. "Only a few days into his mandate, the president decided to travel to Mali. He then contacted certain media outlets to let them know he only wanted journalists who specialised in defence and foreign policy, not political journalists," explains Jean-Jerome Bertolus, a political writer at L'Opinion. "This caused quite a stir among media outlets, who rightly said the president should not be allowed to choose which journalists to have by his side. It was a first show of strength." It's a classic, political tactic: Court the news media on your way to power. Make time for them and smile for the cameras. Then, once you're sworn into office, develop a sudden aversion to journalists. But according to Sorbonne University professor Francois Jost, Macron does indeed talk to journalists, "but they are mainly foreign, and that annoys French journalists a lot ... It's not that he doesn't speak. It's just that he talks to others. The [French] media have no choice but to use bits of these encounters. However, none of these speeches is directly addressed to the French press." Within three months of taking office, Macron saw a sharp slide in his poll numbers. His proposed labour reforms and tax cuts were making the wrong kinds of headlines. So Macron hired Bruno Roger-Petit, a business journalist, as his new communications director. Roger-Petit made room in Macron's schedule for magazines like the glossy Paris Match and the conservative Le Point. On the TV side, he paired Macron with Cyril Hanouna, a celebrity host who is more of an actor or comedian than a journalist. "Of course, when Macron calls Cyril Hanouna live on TV, the political journalists are choking because they keep trying to reach the president and are, in fact, still waiting for a call back," says Bertolus. When Macron granted his first French TV interview after almost five months, he chose the largest privately-owned channel, TF1, instead of France's state broadcaster. When he finally spoke to state TV, Macron and journalist Laurent Delahousse strolled around the Elysee Palace. It struck French journalists and audiences as a very American style of light-touch interviewing. "I think Macron tricked Laurent Delahousse. How do you conduct a meaningful interview when you are strolling through the Elysee's corridors in dim light? You can't ask sharp questions in that kind of setting," says Martichoux. Today, Macron no longer gives French journalists the silent treatment, but the relationship is far from cordial. He has criticised previous presidents for being too close to journalists, accused the French media of narcissism, and reportedly called the state broadcaster "la honte de la Republique" - the shame of the republic. He's made it clear that state-owned media are due for an overhaul, signalling budget cuts and restructuring. Analysts say that the reform proposals could result in less public-service journalism and, ultimately, fewer people holding power to account. "The whole history of French presidents and broadcasters - whether with Mitterrand, Chirac, Sarkozy, a bit less with Hollande - has been about keeping public TV and radio under their control," according to Daniel Schneidermann, a media analyst at Arret Sur Images. "I think Macron is really 'old world' in that he thinks he should have complete control over public broadcasting." When it comes to the media, Macron's intentions are not all that different from his predecessors', even if the tactics and the rhetoric are. If the French president gets away with it, his so-called "revolution" will be televised - his More from The Listening Post on: YouTube - http://aje.io/listeningpostYT Facebook - http://facebook.com/AJListeningPost Twitter - http://twitter.com/AJListeningPost Website - http://aljazeera.com/listeningpost - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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04 I am as you know exceedingly stupid

04 I am as you know exceedingly stupid

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Roger Rees as Lord John Marbury in The West Wing episode 112 "He shall, from time to time." CUT TO: INT. THE PRESIDENT'S BEDROOM - DAY Bartlet and Leo are settled on the couch. Lord Marbury is across them. MARBURY You know, there are some marvelous flu remedies known in the certain remote parts of the subcontinent. Licorice root, for instance, combined with bamboo sap and a strong shot of whiskey. Ginger root, also, mixed with, uh, citrus peel. BARTLET And a strong shot of whiskey? MARBURY Yes, of course. In fact, you can throw out the ginger root and citrus peel, and still be well in your way. BARTLET What have you got for me, John? MARBURY Well, um, after speaking at length this past week with your secretaries of state and defense, as well as your joint chiefs and various embassy officials, I believe this. Buy them off. BARTLET Buy them? MARBURY Yes, sir. BARTLET How? MARBURY Mr. President, for several centuries, my kingdom has ruled India with a stick and carrot. When we had a particular problem with someone, one solution we would try is to make him a maharaja. Thats kind of a regional king. We would pay him off with an annual tribute, and in return, he would be loyal to the crown. LEO Lord Marbury, under our Constitution, our President is not empowered to create maharajas. MARBURY Yes. Thank you for clearing that up, Leo. Having been educated at Cambridge and the Sorbonne, I am, as you know, exceedingly stupid. BARTLET John, please. MARBURY Youve been paying the world off since the industrial age. Foreign aid, during the Cold War was you paying dictators to be on your side. To this very day, you pay Korea not to develop nuclear weapons. BARTLET What does India want? MARBURY A computer industry, and for that, they require an infrastructure, and that is what you can give them. LEO Why? MARBURY Its the price you pay. LEO For avoiding a war halfway around the world? MARBURY For being rich, free and alive all at the same time, and for the criminally negligent behavior of your Congress in not checking the proliferation of nuclear devices. BARTLET Your friend, the prime minister? MARBURY Rikki. BARTLET Hes gonna go for this? MARBURY If its handled properly. BARTLET All right, you tell the ambassador well discuss this in three months. In three months, John. I dont want this to be like quid pro quo. MARBURY Yes, sir. BARTLET Thats the carrot. Leo, whats the stick? LEO In the next 24 hours, we want to see recon photos of Indian divisions retreating. If we dont, were gonna seize Indian assets and so will our NATO allies, and G-7s gonna call in its loans. BARTLET They put command-control in the field, John, and were gonna get physical. You make damn sure they know that. MARBURY Well, then, uh, I have my instructions. The three of them stand. BARTLET Talk to the ambassador. I want Fitzwallace to have photos in 24 hours. MARBURY Yes, sir. Thank you, sir. [leaves]
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At least 9 swimmers confirmed dead from flash flood in Arizona

At least 9 swimmers confirmed dead from flash flood in Arizona

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There was no warning as the flash flood was triggered by torrential rain; the search continues for missing swimmers.
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Milan Universities Overview

Milan Universities Overview

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  • Updated: 22 Jul 2017
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Universities I'm talking about: Bocconi 01:30 Universita degli studi di Milano/University of Milan/Statale 04:18 Politecnico di Milano 05:30 Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore 06:38 IULM 07:43 Bicocca 08:55 Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera 10:09 Istituto Marangoni 11:56 Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) 12:39 Thanks for watching! Other Milan videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLEWK2l27m8&list=PLmq_MQ0WmHP1M79FzMVI2jw3Lgc5L1psr Follow me on social media! :) https://www.instagram.com/lenny_winter/ https://soundcloud.com/lennywinter https://twitter.com/lennywinter Music channel: https://www.youtube.com/lennywinter
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ASMR le CHOCOLAT ✨🍫 🍫 ✨

ASMR le CHOCOLAT ✨🍫 🍫 ✨

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👉🏻 ATTENTION : This is an ASMR video, please wear headphones / Ceci est une vidéo de relaxation ASMR, mets une paire d'écouteurs. ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ Ça y est ! Je suis sur Tipeee. N'hésite pas à me rejoindre, à devenir acteur de cette chaîne et à contribuer à son amélioration : https://www.tipeee.com/parisasmr 📷 Follow me on instagram: paris_asmr 🕊 Follow me on twitter: @parisASMR ☑️ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/parisasmr 📧 Send me an e-mail : parisasmr@yahoo.fr 🇫🇷 Me voici de retour du salon du chocolat. Bon, j'ai attendu un peu c'est vrai mais il fallait que je vous montre mes petites trouvailles. Plein de belles choses pour vous conter des histoires sucrées au rythme des crinkles et du tapping. Bonne relaxation. Au menu : 1:36 Sadaharu Aoki Paris : tablette matcha et tablette Houjicha 8:05 Hugo & Victor : "Mendiant" et "Velours" 14:55 Le Petit Duc: Pérou Chanchamayo 21:48 Chapon : Pérou Gran Nativo et Mélange de 6 chocolats 29:40 Darcis : Equateur (82%) et Cuba (62%) 37:48 Rrraw : 100% cacao pur cru (chocolat cru) 🇺🇸🇬🇧 I am back from the famous "salon du chocolat" in Paris. I want to show you the beautiful chocolate bars that I found. I've found some tasty Japanese chocolate but also some wonderful chocolate from France and from Belgium. I hope that you'll like the tingles and the crinkles. 🙏🏻❤️ Help me to improve the quality of my channel, you can make a donation, it's up to you. ;) Si tu souhaites m'aider à obtenir plus de matériel pour améliorer mes vidéos, tu peux faire un don : https://www.paypal.me/PARISASMR ☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘ 🍀🌟 Join me on ☀️Patreon☀️ and get exclusive content such as previews of my upcoming videos, news and much more as well as an early access to every video I release. Rejoins moi sur patreon si tu souhaites suivre la création des vidéos, échanger et obtenir du contenu exclusif. https://www.patreon.com/parisasmr Did you like my sweatshirt? : http://www.tosave.com/fr/p/Autumn-Winter-Man-Long-Sleeve-Hooded-Shirt-Tops-Casual-Plaid-Outwear-Shirt-Tops-136636.html
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France - Student Marches For More Funding

France - Student Marches For More Funding

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T/I: 10:34:41 Tens of thousands of French students held demonstrations in cities across the country on Tuesday (21/11) to demand more funding for universities. In Paris, it centered on a rally outside the Sorbonne, France's oldest university. SHOWS: PARIS, FRANCE 21/11: Tilt down from Sorbonne to student demo GVs of crowds chanting, and holding signs Student, VOX-POP (in English): "After years of waiting for money, and people to teach us, there is a lot of discontent in the university. We just want to study in good conditions." Student, VOX-POP (in French) about how the university needs money to function properly" WS demonstration WS crowd marches down street 1.50 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6486b85fde5a1199e21ef48d8de32389 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Jean Ziegler über Thomas Sankara

Jean Ziegler über Thomas Sankara

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Jean Ziegler (French: [ziglɛʁ]; born April 19, 1934 as Hans Ziegler) is a former professor of sociology at the University of Geneva and the Sorbonne, Paris. Currently member of the Advisory Committee to the United Nations Human Rights Council. He was a Member of Parliament for the Social Democrats in the Federal Assembly of Switzerland from 1981 to 1999. He has also held several positions with the United Nations, especially as Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food from 2000 to 2008,[1] and as a member of the Advisory Committee of the UN Human Rights Council from 2008 to 2012. Jean Ziegler has authored numerous works, is a lecturer, and is well known for this sentence: "A child who dies from hunger is a murdered child."[2] Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara (French pronunciation: ​[tɔma izidɔʁ nɔɛl sɑ̃kaʁa]; 21 December 1949 – 15 October 1987), born Thomas Isidore Noël Ouédraogo,[1] was a Burkinabé military captain, Marxist revolutionary, pan-Africanist theorist, and President of Burkina Faso from 1983 to 1987.[2][3] Viewed by supporters as a charismatic and iconic figure of revolution, he is commonly referred to as "Africa's Che Guevara".[2][4][5] Sankara seized power in a 1983 popularly supported coup at the age of 33, with the goal of eliminating corruption and the dominance of the former French colonial power.[2][6] He immediately launched one of the most ambitious programmes for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent.[6] To symbolize this new autonomy and rebirth, he renamed the country from the French colonial Upper Volta to Burkina Faso ("Land of Upright Man").[6] His foreign policies were centered on anti-imperialism, with his government eschewing all foreign aid, pushing for odious debt reduction, nationalizing all land and mineral wealth, and averting the power and influence of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. His domestic policies were focused on preventing famine with agrarian self-sufficiency and land reform, prioritizing education with a nationwide literacy campaign, and promoting public health by vaccinating 2.5 million children against meningitis, yellow fever, and measles.[7] Other components of his national agenda included planting over ten million trees to halt the growing desertification of the Sahel, doubling wheat production by redistributing land from feudal landlords to peasants, suspending rural poll taxes and domestic rents, and establishing an ambitious road and rail construction program to "tie the nation together".[6] On the localized level Sankara also called on every village to build a medical dispensary and had over 350 communities construct schools with their own labour. Moreover, his commitment to women's rights led him to outlaw female genital mutilation, forced marriages and polygamy, while appointing women to high governmental positions and encouraging them to work outside the home and stay in school even if pregnant.[6] In order to achieve this radical transformation of society, he increasingly exerted authoritarian control over the nation, eventually banning unions and a free press, which he believed could stand in the way of his plans.[6] To counter his opposition in towns and workplaces around the country, he also tried corrupt officials, "counter-revolutionaries" and "lazy workers" in Popular Revolutionary Tribunals.[6] Additionally, as an admirer of Fidel Castro's Cuban Revolution, Sankara set up Cuban-style Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDRs).[2] His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon to many of Africa's poor.[6] Sankara remained popular with most of his country's impoverished citizens. However his policies alienated and antagonised the vested interests of an array of groups, which included the small but powerful Burkinabé middle class, the tribal leaders whom he stripped of the long-held traditional right to forced labour and tribute payments, and France and its ally the Ivory Coast.[2][8] He was overthrown and assassinated in a coup d'état led by Blaise Compaoré on 15 October 1987. A week before his assassination, he declared: "While revolutionaries as individuals can be murdered, you cannot kill ideas."[2]
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Scholarship Facts & Tips : Getting Free Scholarships in France

Scholarship Facts & Tips : Getting Free Scholarships in France

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Getting free scholarships for studying abroad in France requires applying for a study abroad scholarship to fund or partially fund the trip to France. Search the Internet for more French scholarships with insight from a financial aid officer in this free video on scholarships and financial aid. Expert: Brooke Kramer Contact: www.argosy.edu Bio: Brooke Kramer is the financial aid officer at Argosy University in Salt Lake City, Utah. Filmmaker: Michael Burton
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The Talented- #DonateToEducate

The Talented- #DonateToEducate

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“Our youth our responsibility, our Zakat our immunity” is Abu Dhabi University’s Ramadan campaign for Zakat Fund, which aims to raise funds for providing sponsorship to national & non-national deserving students. Meet some of our students whose lives have been transformed through this program. We hope their stories will inspire you to make a contribution, to help many more students who aspire for a better tomorrow Make a difference today and find out how you can make a donation by visitng http://www.adu.ac.ae/zakatdonation.aspx
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Live interview with admissions at The American University of Paris

Live interview with admissions at The American University of Paris

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Check out this one hour live interview with the dean of student services and the deputy director of admissions and financial aid of The American University of Paris. Special thanks to @CAMPUS_CHANNEL_ for managing the interview and the student questions!
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Syria: Russian MoD releases Idlib airstrike footage, rejects strikes on civilians settlements

Syria: Russian MoD releases Idlib airstrike footage, rejects strikes on civilians settlements

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Russian Defence Ministry released aerial footage of airstrikes on Idlib region, on Tuesday, rejecting claims made by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights' that they had targeted civilian settlements in Idlib province. Video ID: 20170926 006 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Ramadan 2017

Ramadan 2017

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"Ramadan est un mois spirituel que je partage avec ma famille et nos amis aux Emirats. ٌRamadan Kareem!" Angela Franklin, Chef de Section dans le Département des Affaires Culturelles et Etudiants à l'Université Paris- Sorbonne Abu Dhabi رمضان شهر روحاني أتشاركه مع عائلتي وأصدقائنا في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة. رمضان كريم!" أنجيلا فراكلين، رئيس قسم في إدارة شؤون الطلبة في جامعة باريس السوربون-أبوظبي
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The United Nations Security Council: Challenges and Opportunities

The United Nations Security Council: Challenges and Opportunities

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BRUNO STAGNO UGARTE, UN Security Council Report. After 67 years attempting to maintain international peace and security, the UN Security Council currently faces a number of unprecedented challenges to its authority and efficacy. Confronted with new threats and conflicts, new claimants to the privileges of permanent membership, new critics to its claims to legitimacy and authority, and few successes since its 2011 landmark interventions in Libya and Côte d'Ivoire, the Security Council is at a crossroads. From burden shedding to burden sharing, from peacebuilding to robust peacekeeping, the Council is seeking for ways to retain its authority despite its continuing failure in Syria. The talk will take a look inside the Security Council, and address how this conservative organ is imperfectly adjusting to these challenges and half-heartedly seizing the opportunities that lie before it. Bruno Stagno Ugarte joined the UN Security Council Report as Executive Director in 2011 after a sixteen year career in the Costa Rican Foreign Service including a four-year term as Foreign Minister. Previously, he served as Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Chief of Staff of the Foreign Ministry, Adviser to the Foreign Minister, and Minister Counselor and Consul General in the Embassy in Paris. Mr. Stagno Ugarte has also served as President of the Assembly of States Parties of the International Criminal Court, Co-President of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Conferences, Co-President of the UN 2005 Summit Outcome Document negotiations, and Vice-President of the UN Commission of Sustainable Development. He is a graduate of Georgetown University (BSFS), Université de la Sorbonne (UPIII-IHEAL, DEA) and Princeton University (MPP). - See more at: http://cips.uottawa.ca/event/the-united-nations-security-council-challenges-and-opportunities/
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How Palestine's Tamimi Family Resists Israel's Occupation

How Palestine's Tamimi Family Resists Israel's Occupation

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Israeli forces have killed three of its family members and arrested scores of others, including 16-year old Ahed, but the Tamimi family continues its non-violent struggle for Palestinian freedom. We speak to Manal Tamimi about her recent imprisonment and her family's defiant activism Visit http://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at http://therealnews.com/donate.
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Ramadan 2017- Countdown to Eid

Ramadan 2017- Countdown to Eid

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Stay Tuned... Eid is coming
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The Art of Giving | Noor Shamma | TEDxIMTDubai

The Art of Giving | Noor Shamma | TEDxIMTDubai

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Noor Shamma discussed the ‘Art of Giving’ and to always uphold a smile, as it is the smallest gift you can give a stranger, to the larger picture of financial aid and giving up your time for others. She glanced across several examples on how social media and technology have created a divide; how people are too busy for one another and how it is up to you to make the change. Yet, once again the magic lies within you; the need to change from within, and that we can only be treated the way we treat others. The Head of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs at Paris-Sorbonne University, and the originator of the Postcard Initiative sweeping through the UAE and beyond. Her aim, is to restore the humanity in communication as the world becomes more connected and less humane with the omnipresence of high connectivity and the dependence on technology. Her Postcard Initiative now has addresses in over 40 countries, and artists all over the world willing to pay to design them. Her endeavor has raised money to prevent blindness and treat eye diseases in under-developed countries. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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The Man Who Tried to Save the World (2008)

The Man Who Tried to Save the World (2008)

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Sérgio Vieira de Mello (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈsɛʁʒu viˈejɾɐ dʒi ˈmɛlu], 15 March 1948 – 19 August 2003) was a Brazilian United Nations diplomat who worked for the UN for more than 34 years, earning respect and praise around the world for his efforts in the humanitarian and political programs of the UN. He was posthumously awarded a United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights in 2003. Vieira de Mello was born in Rio de Janeiro to the diplomat Arnaldo Vieira de Mello and his wife Gilda, on 15 March 1948.[1] He had an older sister, Sônia. The family followed Arnaldo's diplomatic postings, such that Sérgio spent his early years in Buenos Aires, Genoa, Milan, Beirut and Rome.[2] In 1965, he enrolled to study philosophy at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, but as classes were frequently disrupted by strikes, he opted to continue his education in Europe.[1] He studied for a year at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland, before enrolling at the Sorbonne University in Paris, where he studied philosophy under Vladimir Jankélévitch. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S%C3%A9rgio_Vieira_de_Mello
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