Debt Relief Only Through Restructuring, Not Interest Waiver: IBA

According to the IBA, the National Disaster Relief Act and other such laws define the term “disaster affected” as being directly affected by the disaster and not subsequently affected or as a situation in which the disaster occurs. which a person’s situation has been made worse by the disaster. The …

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Why civil war is about to break out in Somalia

The “Black hawk down“Episode and piracy portrayed in the film”Captain Phillips”Continue to shape the American picture of somalia. For years, such perceptions have been unfair. Between 2010 and 2014, there were more than 350 pirate attacks or attempted attacks; over the next five years, there were eight; the most hacking …

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CFPB and state AGs take legal action for alleged fraud against immigration obligations

By Jon Hill (Feb. 22, 2021, 12:51 p.m. EST) – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and several states on Monday decided to shut down what they claim to be a predatory immigration bonding service company, filing a lawsuit with a Virginia federal court that marks the agency’s first new public …

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What if Biden wins? | Leadership in higher education

If Joe Biden wins his quest for the presidency, what are the implications for American higher education? As I noted in a trial last week President Trump official agenda for the second term devotes only 11 words in total to Kindergarten to Grade 12 and higher education combined. In contrast, …

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Gallagher & Ray publish editorial on Latin America’s debt crisis

Kevin gallagher, Professor of Global Development Policy and Director of the Global Development Policy Center at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, and Rebecca Ray, senior academic researcher at the Global Development Policy Center, co-authored an op-ed in Chinese dialogue on the looming debt crisis …

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Vote Biden | Leadership in higher education

If you care about higher education, Joe Biden should be your choice for president in next Tuesday’s election. Over the past four years, President Donald Trump has failed to advance a cohesive higher education agenda for our country. It has done nothing to reduce college costs, expand access, or fight …

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As Justice Department steps in, federal appeals court hears Harvard admissions case

Students for Fair Admissions raised the initial challenge of Harvard’s admissions process, and in 2018, the Justice Department filed a statement of support in the lower court. But this is the first time that she has pleaded orally in this case. The increased role of the Department of Justice at …

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Yellow Cab Drivers Rally Near New York City Hall, Calling For Taxi Medallion Debt Relief – CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNew York) – The New York City Comptroller supports a proposed plan to taxi medallion debt relief. Dozens of yellow cab drivers gathered near city hall on Thursday. READ MORE: Fox and Shesterkin Power Rangers to win Kraken The proposal – made by the New York Taxi Workers …

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“It’s a question of privilege”: Dallas Law School revokes admission of incoming student for allegedly racist messages

Admission of a new law student to Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in Dallas was revoked on Wednesday due to alleged racist content on social media. “SMU has revoked its offer of admission to a new student at Dedman School of Law, based on the student’s racist behavior …

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Finding entrepreneurial solutions during the pandemic

By Daisy Lin October 8, 2020 (Photo credit): Gettyimages.com/DjelicS Two entrepreneurs meet for the first time to discuss COVID-19 strategy and survival. Entrepreneurs face unprecedented challenges during the pandemic. A majority of small businesses investigation finds that without additional funding, more than a quarter of small business owners will not …

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