Trust Digest 134 (April 5, 2016)

Greece Grapples With Unrest Ahead of Migrant Transfers to Turkey 
Greece is due to start sending Syrian refugees and other migrants back across the Aegean Sea to Turkey on Monday, putting into practice a controversial deal between the EU and Turkey aimed at stemming the migration flow into Europe. 
Key Words: Greece, Turkey, Syrian Refugees, Agreement 
Trust Issues: Conflict of Interests, Security, Predictability, Integrity, Benevolent Concern 

Donald Trump Calls for Kasich to Drop Out 
Donald J. Trump called for Gov. John Kasich of Ohio to drop out of the Republican primary contest, saying that Mr. Kasich “should not be allowed to run. 
Key Words: Donald Trump, John Kasich, Republican National Committee 
Trust Issues: Conflict of Interests, Relative Power, Adjustment, Security, Predictability, Integrity 

America’s Middle-class Meltdown: Core shrinks to half of US homes 
America’s middle class has shrunk to just half the population for the first time in at least four decades as the forces of technological change and globalization drive a wedge between the winners and losers in a splintering US society. 
Key Words: Middle Class, Meltdown, US, Pew Research Center 
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Security, Integrity, Predictability 

The largest leak of secret documents in history was just released — here are its key findings 
A giant leak of documents from the internal database of a global law firm based in Panama, Mossack Fonseca, has revealed the offshore holdings of 140 politicians, public officials, and athletes around the world. 
Key Words: Panama Documents, Mossack Fonseca, ICIJ, Wikileaks 
Trust Issues: Security, Benevolent Concern, Predictability, Integrity 

Iceland’s prime minister walked out of an interview when confronted by ‘Panama papers’ findings 
The prime minister of Iceland, Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, walked out of an interview with Swedish television company SVT on Sunday, after he was asked about his and his wife's relationship to the offshore company Wintris. 
Key Words: Panama Papers, Iceland, David Gunnlaugsson, SVT, Wintris  
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Security, Adjustment, Capability   

Insider’s Account of How Graft Fed Brazil’s Political Crisis 
The silver-haired senator from Brazil’s western frontier was still in his pajamas when federal police agents banged on the door of his suite at the Royal Tulip, the futuristic luxury hotel that serves as a bastion for much of Brazil’s political elite. It was 6 a.m.  
Key Words: Brazil, Mr. Amaral, Dilma Roussef, Petrobras   
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Security, Adjustment, Capability 

Pivoting to Prevention and Population Health Will Not Be an Easy Pill to Swallow 
In the plenary session at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) 2016 Scientific Sessions, Dr Kim Allan Williams (Rush University, Chicago, IL) made it clear that the ACC is pivoting toward prevention.  
Key Words: ACC, 2016 Scientific Sessions, Heart Disease, Cardiology  
Trust Issues: Security, Capability, Adjustment 

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