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The Benefit of Being Chaotic

A traveller from a distant land stopped by a well known place called the ‘colorful fantasy land’. The whole world is very interested in this land because of its uniqueness and baffling stories. The traveller entered the gate and asked for south direction to reach his destination.

A Nation in Peril

Whatever measure we apply, we are in a total fix. All our institutions are failing from the lowest level to the highest. If that is true, how can we become one of the most powerful economies of the world? Is it requirement for becoming prosperous and wealthy that we become corrupt?

Italy Outlaws Plastic Bags: Impact on Packaging and Plastics Industries

Ways that companies must adapt to changing legislation. The future favors environmentally friendly companies.

Is WikiLeaks Leading a Media Revolution or Digging the Industry’s Grave?

Will WikiLeaks do the media industry more harm than good? Certain schools of thought certainly seem to think so. But there are others who think protecting WikiLeaks and what it stands for is a matter of international urgency.

How Many People Have to Live in Urban Slums – How Many More Have to Die?

There are so many urban slums around the world now, and some are so large they have greater populations that many of our largest cities. Take the Kibera Slum, an urban area slum along the Nairobi River in Nairobi Kenya, there are 880,000 people living there. Well actually that figure comes from a UN Habitat for Humanity report put out in 2005.

The Military Portion Of Obama’s Budget

Barrack H Obama, the president of the United States of America sent his proposal of $3.83 trillion budget to the congress on Feb 2010 with a massive deficit of $1.56T. This gives birth to my current writing topic.

Red Cross, Red Crescent, Red Crystal Implementation

Lately, the issue of the Geneva Conventions emblem began to bloom again discussed, of course, related to the plan for discussion and ratification bill (the bill) the red cross symbol by the legislature (DPR). Indonesia as one of the 194 countries that have ratified the Geneva Conventions of 1949, through Act No. 59 of 1958, was supposed to have national regulations that support the implementation of these conventions in Indonesia.

The Burned Generation

Mohammed Bouazizi was the young man who set himself alight in protest against the lack of economic opportunities available in Tunisia. This young man’s act of desperation may have sparked a revolution in his own country, but what of the millions of unemployed youth in the Arab world? Already others have copied his act in protest. What must be done to prevent a whole generation from becoming burned?

Indian Republic Day

26th January is celebrated as he republic day in India. Our constitution came into force this day. How the day is celebrated is provided in this post.

Opening the Gates of Hell

January 27th marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the day the Soviet Army liberated Auschwitz-Birkenau. But what is the meaning of the word “liberated” in this context, given that neither the Soviets nor the other Allies considered saving Jews as a military objective? This article looks into that question and the motivation of the perpetrators and the silent bystanders as six million Jews were exterminated during World War II.

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