"I believe that working for Donald Trump, especially closely, damages everybody."
Former director, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
""There was blood on the windows...her arms were actually out of the airplane and her head was out of the airplane""
Unnamed passenger on Flight 1380
NBC Nightly News
"European inaction on fundamental rights’ violations in Catalonia will ease the path for soft versions of authoritarianism to invade the whole European continent"
Aleix Sarri Camargo
Advisor to the European Parliament
"It’s very hard for me to watch how these countries choose these arbitrary red lines and decide to act on them."
Syrian civil society worker in Damascus
"Denuclearization means something very different to North Korea than it does to the United States."
Senior fellow in the International Security Program, New America
"The first electric bus our company presented in 2011. Those days our competitors were laughing about it. The next 3 up to 4 years we expect it to grow up to 30% of the total market."
Mobility Development Director, Solaris
"The tactic of fomenting conspiracy theories is now Russia’s key objective"
Marshall Scholar, expert on infectious disease, emerging techonlogies & biosecurity
"By preying on the alienated and vulnerable, both in person and online, terrorist groups can keep increasing their numbers"
Executive Director, Counter Extremism Project
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