Cinnie Noble- It goes without saying that experiencing a range of negative feelings is a natural part of being in conflict. When the issues being discussed are difficult for us, or if the other person is making his or her point in an obnoxious and hurtful way, or if there are other reasons we react, we are undoubtedly experiencing different emotions that are not always easy to identify. Understanding what actually leads to heightened emotions when in conflict is not always easy to do either.
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A court in Belarushanded down a four-and-a-half year prison sentence to prominent human rights activist Ales Byalyatiski for tax evasion on Thursday in a move that was seen as politically motivated. The UN human rights panel criticized the country on Friday for what it called “numerous and consistent allegations of widespread torture and ill-treatment of detainees”, also expressing concern over reports that the government only informs families of persons sentenced to death weeks after the punishment has been carried out. On Monday, another opposition activist was charged with insulting police in a dispute about his parole restrictions for “the illegal display of the banned Belarusian national flag” in a public place.
Pablo Cortes- The European Commission has published two important legislative proposals...
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