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Business, International Relations and the Political Economy | LSE course trailer

In today’s interconnected global economy, markets and businesses in one region are increasingly sensitive to economic shifts and geopolitical events in another. Business leaders and decision makers worldwide – and anyone who works in a multinational organisation – need to understand the history and present day effects of globalisation to successfully navigate the global challenges facing their organisation. Enhance your...

What happened to Kendrick Johnson’s missing organs?

THAT NOW HAS FEDERAL AUTHORITIES INVOLVED. HERE’S VICTOR BLACKWELL REPORTING. >>Reporter: WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS TEENAGER WALKING THROUGH A SCHOOL GYM. HE’S CAPTURED ON SURVEILLANCE CAMERA THEN DISAPPEARS UNTIL — >>THERE’S A DEAD BODY OUT HERE.>>Reporter: 17-YEAR-OLD KENDRICK JOHNSON WAS FOUND UPSIDE DOWN IN A ROLLED GYM MAT LAST JANUARY. INVESTIGATORS SAY THEY WAS REACHING FOR A SHOE, GOT STUCK...

Education reform: States vs federal government — interview with Chad Aldeman | VIEWPOINT

Chad: Government can force state and local governments to do things, but they can’t force them to do those things well. Andy: Chad Aldeman, thank you so much for being here with us. Chad: Thank for having me. Andy: Principal at Bellwether Education Partners, we are former colleagues, I hope we’re longtime friends, you can decide after this interview if...