Make law not war
All countries around the world agree in principle that a permanent International Criminal Court (ICC) is needed. The ICC could be established in Rome in July 1998, but there are issues that need to be resolved. The goal is to create a court that is fair, efficient, effective, and does not interfere with national interests. However, it is still not clear which countries will sign, ratify, and enforce the treaty.
Publication Name: The World Today
Subject: Political science
The future of the transistor
The transistor has become smaller and less expensive since its invention in 1947, and advances in miniaturization are likely to continue. Some obstacles to miniaturization exist, such as the difficulty of connecting minute elements and the probability of stronger electric fields.
Publication Name: Scientific American
Subject: Science and technology
For the sake of children
The New York Times Magazine sent 60 cameras to children and asked them to record emotions. The expressions of children through words, written notes and their photography, as well as the words of children now grown, are captured in a special issue magazine issue on children.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine
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