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Mac McGovern

Democide In The 20th Century Once Limited to Individual Countries,

20th Century Democide accounted for more deaths than all prior centuries combined, with an estimated 260 million dead. This number does not include death of...

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Ilya Shambat

Refuting the Idea of Taliban

Taliban is regarded as an idea; which means that truly confronting the Taliban means confronting their ideology. The idea behind the Taliban is something like this: ...

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Lance Winslow

While everyone is looking at the Euro Crisis and watching the news, perhaps they might not realize the quick escalation of events in the on-going Syrian Civil War. Okay so, let's discuss all this

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l Jun 14, 2012
Mike X Lee

I visit the UNHCR web site, as well as those of other aid agencies, and as a journalist I am always sad that (a) so many people in the world are still being turned into refugees, and (b) my

By: Mike X Lee l News & Society > International l Jun 12, 2012
Alomboh Pefite Geofrey

Cameroon as you may know or not know is a rather small, but rich country in terms of cultural, climatic, and biodiversity like the size of San Francisco. It's a country with a unique history and

By: Alomboh Pefite Geofrey l News & Society > International l Jun 10, 2012

The backbone of British diplomatic assistance for the Jewish nation was the 1917 Balfour Declaration, by which British Foreign Secretary Lord Balfour his state's assistance of the development of a

By: Michael M Rank l News & Society > International l Jun 06, 2012
Anthony M Smith

The recognition of the State of Palestine by UNESCO is considered a major accomplishment for Palestinians. 2 in 3 respondents (66%) feel this recognition will have a positive impact on their lives -

By: Anthony M Smith l News & Society > International l Jun 06, 2012
Sundip S Chahal

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), stated that it believes Iran has developed the technology required to produce nuclear weapons and appears to have conducted extensive research on a

By: Sundip S Chahal l News & Society > International l Jun 05, 2012
Ilya Shambat

Taliban is regarded as an idea; which means that truly confronting the Taliban means confronting their ideology. The idea behind the Taliban is something like this: America and Israel are evil, and

By: Ilya Shambat l News & Society > International l Jun 04, 2012

1952 is a stand out year in the British calendar. It was the year that Gene Kelly was happily 'Singing in the Rain' while Jimmy Boyd had the unfortunate boyhood memory of seeing something he

By: Jayne Henry l News & Society > International l Jun 03, 2012

Large snakes found in certain parts of the world can swallow humans whole. You not believing it does not change the facts.

By: Joan Upesi l News & Society > International l Jun 02, 2012
Lance Winslow

It's been said more than once by many a great man that the future is not something that you predict, but rather create. Those who spend all their time guessing what the future will be, are generally

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l May 30, 2012
Lesa A Weller

Kennedy Ng'ang'a is an artist and philanthropist living in Mombasa, Kenya. This article and interview are about his courage to live life despite his disability.

By: Lesa A Weller l News & Society > International l May 30, 2012

We appear to have become a selfish, self centred population who exist on this planet we call Earth. When did you last genuinely care about what happens to someone in some far off country? It's time

By: Sam G. Morton l News & Society > International l May 30, 2012
Lance Winslow

Civil Unrest and stress in financial markets comes with additional unintended consequences. Indeed, this is what many community "protest" organizers fail to realize. Once the global media picks up on

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l May 29, 2012
Robert Rystrom

Don Mueang Airport is now being used just marginally. However, under the policy reversal by the airports of Thailand Plc (AoT), it will be fully reactivated very soon in order to provide considerable

By: Robert Rystrom l News & Society > International l May 26, 2012
Robert Rystrom

Underground business is booming these days and that is where the major opportunity actually lies. Thailand under the King's Patronage now has the potential for ASEAN underground tunnel construction,

By: Robert Rystrom l News & Society > International l May 26, 2012
Peter Allsop

One-to-one Kung fu training with Grandmaster Yap Leong (in 'Chinatown' in Little Newport Street) on a regular basis means I have spare time to shop and see some of London's sights. London visits in

By: Peter Allsop l News & Society > International l May 24, 2012

As a citizen in China, you can expect only 28% of the clean, fresh water you can use in other parts of the world. A rapidly-expanding population and deteriorating, inferior water system are to blame.

By: Kristie Brown l News & Society > International l May 21, 2012
Lestie Beesley

Los Cristianos came to exist during the past 300 years following agricultural development after colonisation by the Spanish. During this period it has changed dramatically into an International

By: Lestie Beesley l News & Society > International l May 12, 2012
Larry M. Elkin

Europeans, sick of their economic ills, try for a political second opinion. Will Americans do the same in November?

By: Larry M. Elkin l News & Society > International l May 11, 2012
John Powell

In the period from July 1978 to December 1981, Ghana experienced three successful military coups and several other attempted or rumoured coups. A characteristic of those years, and of a few years

By: John Powell l News & Society > International l May 11, 2012
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Mac McGovern

20th Century Democide accounted for more deaths than all prior centuries combined, with an estimated 260 million dead. This number does not include death of combatants, or civilians killed in war as

By: Mac McGovern l News & Society > International l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 87 lComments: 0
Ilya Shambat

Taliban is regarded as an idea; which means that truly confronting the Taliban means confronting their ideology. The idea behind the Taliban is something like this: America and Israel are evil, and

By: Ilya Shambat l News & Society > International l Jun 04, 2012 lViews: 87 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

While everyone is looking at the Euro Crisis and watching the news, perhaps they might not realize the quick escalation of events in the on-going Syrian Civil War. Okay so, let's discuss all this

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 85 lComments: 0
Tsveta Zikolova

Carbon Finance recently reported that the Western Climate Initiative (WCI) has decided to give priority to the creation of carbon credits within the participating WCI jurisdictions over the

By: Tsveta Zikolova l News & Society > International l Apr 18, 2012 lViews: 71 lComments: 0
Pavel Podolyak

The imperial perimeter is shrinking and inevitably leaving power vacuums to be filled. As that occurs, actors outside the perimeter expand their force. How can we tell?

By: Pavel Podolyak l News & Society > International l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Alomboh Pefite Geofrey

Cameroon as you may know or not know is a rather small, but rich country in terms of cultural, climatic, and biodiversity like the size of San Francisco. It's a country with a unique history and

By: Alomboh Pefite Geofrey l News & Society > International l Jun 10, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Larry M. Elkin

Europeans, sick of their economic ills, try for a political second opinion. Will Americans do the same in November?

By: Larry M. Elkin l News & Society > International l May 11, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Sundip S Chahal

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), stated that it believes Iran has developed the technology required to produce nuclear weapons and appears to have conducted extensive research on a

By: Sundip S Chahal l News & Society > International l Jun 05, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

1952 is a stand out year in the British calendar. It was the year that Gene Kelly was happily 'Singing in the Rain' while Jimmy Boyd had the unfortunate boyhood memory of seeing something he

By: Jayne Henry l News & Society > International l Jun 03, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
John Powell

In the period from July 1978 to December 1981, Ghana experienced three successful military coups and several other attempted or rumoured coups. A characteristic of those years, and of a few years

By: John Powell l News & Society > International l May 11, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Peter Allsop

One-to-one Kung fu training with Grandmaster Yap Leong (in 'Chinatown' in Little Newport Street) on a regular basis means I have spare time to shop and see some of London's sights. London visits in

By: Peter Allsop l News & Society > International l May 24, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Jay Haan

The games are set to be, not only the biggest peacetime event the UK has seen, but also the biggest policing operation our forces have had to tackle since the blitz. Proposed training initiatives are

By: Jay Haan l News & Society > International l Feb 18, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0

As a citizen in China, you can expect only 28% of the clean, fresh water you can use in other parts of the world. A rapidly-expanding population and deteriorating, inferior water system are to blame.

By: Kristie Brown l News & Society > International l May 21, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Mike X Lee

I visit the UNHCR web site, as well as those of other aid agencies, and as a journalist I am always sad that (a) so many people in the world are still being turned into refugees, and (b) my

By: Mike X Lee l News & Society > International l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Anthony M Smith

The recognition of the State of Palestine by UNESCO is considered a major accomplishment for Palestinians. 2 in 3 respondents (66%) feel this recognition will have a positive impact on their lives -

By: Anthony M Smith l News & Society > International l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Jason S Walters

Development is a process that refers to improving economic performance, living standards and other factors that affect the well-being of the people living in a country. The determination of whether a

By: Jason S Walters l News & Society > International l Apr 08, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Paul Wolfenden

Interested in supporting Fair Trade but confused by what it all means? This article aims to explain a sometimes complicated subject and clarify the benefits of buying Fair Trade products to producers

By: Paul Wolfenden l News & Society > International l Apr 02, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0

Large snakes found in certain parts of the world can swallow humans whole. You not believing it does not change the facts.

By: Joan Upesi l News & Society > International l Jun 02, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Civil Unrest and stress in financial markets comes with additional unintended consequences. Indeed, this is what many community "protest" organizers fail to realize. Once the global media picks up on

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l May 29, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
Lesa A Weller

Kennedy Ng'ang'a is an artist and philanthropist living in Mombasa, Kenya. This article and interview are about his courage to live life despite his disability.

By: Lesa A Weller l News & Society > International l May 30, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
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Mac McGovern

20th Century Democide accounted for more deaths than all prior centuries combined, with an estimated 260 million dead. This number does not include death of combatants, or civilians killed in war as

By: Mac McGovern l News & Society > International l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 87 lComments: 0
Pavel Podolyak

The imperial perimeter is shrinking and inevitably leaving power vacuums to be filled. As that occurs, actors outside the perimeter expand their force. How can we tell?

By: Pavel Podolyak l News & Society > International l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

As a citizen in China, you can expect only 28% of the clean, fresh water you can use in other parts of the world. A rapidly-expanding population and deteriorating, inferior water system are to blame.

By: Kristie Brown l News & Society > International l May 21, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Okay so, suffice it to say that whatever we read in the news is probably BS, take a recent set of articles not long ago about the showdown over Iran's nuclear weapons production. One set of news

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l Feb 28, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Appeasement is nothing more than rewarding bad behavior. If we reward bad behavior of rogue nation-states, dictators, and problematic regimes then they will continue their path serving their own

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

One hardly has to do much more than read the international headlines to understand that there are some challenges on the international diplomacy front. Let's talk a little bit about some of these

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

While everyone is looking at the Euro Crisis and watching the news, perhaps they might not realize the quick escalation of events in the on-going Syrian Civil War. Okay so, let's discuss all this

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 85 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

It's been said more than once by many a great man that the future is not something that you predict, but rather create. Those who spend all their time guessing what the future will be, are generally

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l May 30, 2012 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Civil Unrest and stress in financial markets comes with additional unintended consequences. Indeed, this is what many community "protest" organizers fail to realize. Once the global media picks up on

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > International l May 29, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
Madan G Singh

The Second World War ended in 1945 by the dropping of two Atomic Bombs on Japan. This feat itself needs scrutiny and is the start of the decline of the West. Japan, it has been conclusively proved

By: Madan G Singh l News & Society > International l Apr 06, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Jason S Walters

Entrepreneurs in India and China are driving global economic growth and community development. While having much in common, they also exhibit a number of interesting differences, including their

By: Jason S Walters l News & Society > International l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Jason S Walters

Development is a process that refers to improving economic performance, living standards and other factors that affect the well-being of the people living in a country. The determination of whether a

By: Jason S Walters l News & Society > International l Apr 08, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Margaret Gangte

India is not ignorant; it would know the culprits on an Israel diplomat's wife in Delhi in the recent bomb attack. India is not under pressure from international community to impose sanction against

By: Margaret Gangte l News & Society > International l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 39 lComments: 0

Assuming the Israeli attacks were effective, succeeded in pre-empting a cataclysm-and didn't precipitate a worse cataclysm-the U.S. should then demand Israelies abandon their own nuclear program in

By: Gene Lalor l News & Society > International l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Pavel Podolyak

Since it has served its purpose of stabilizing and consolidating the 20 year old country, Putinism is officially on the decline. Its future, if it is to survive, is either coalition governance with

By: Pavel Podolyak l News & Society > International l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Pavel Podolyak

The "Arab Spring" has a chance to really last if the protesters formulate and demand a coherent anti-imperialist and mainly economic developmental program   Some have compared the CIA backed

By: Pavel Podolyak l News & Society > International l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Jay Haan

The games are set to be, not only the biggest peacetime event the UK has seen, but also the biggest policing operation our forces have had to tackle since the blitz. Proposed training initiatives are

By: Jay Haan l News & Society > International l Feb 18, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Larry M. Elkin

China lets the Yuan trade more freely. In consequence, we risk losing the dollar's strategic advantages.

By: Larry M. Elkin l News & Society > International l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Larry M. Elkin

Europeans, sick of their economic ills, try for a political second opinion. Will Americans do the same in November?

By: Larry M. Elkin l News & Society > International l May 11, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Mike Voyce

Russia has jointly blocked U.N. Security Council action against the government of Syria. This article shows what can be done about that U.N. veto.

By: Mike Voyce l News & Society > International l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
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