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Egypt – Between Regional Security and Democratization Failure

The recent visit of President Husni Mubarak of Egypt to Washington indicates a new “warmth” in the American-Egyptian relations after a short period of coldness during the second term of the Bush administration. The latter understood that repressive autocrats produce violent theocrats who ultimately haunt America, the West and the rest.

Islamist Electoral Losses and Iran

Coming on the heel of President Obama’s speech in Cairo, the swift march of events seems to have energized voters in Lebanon and Iran who turned out in a record number. President Obama did mention the imperative of upholding minority rights; and singled out both the Christian Maronites of Lebanon and the Copts of Egypt.

Chinese Colonization, Exploration, and Territorial-ization of Mars Considered

Will the Chinese try to colonize Mars, or set up a Military Base on the Moon? Most that are watching China’s growth, GDP, and exploits do not see why that wouldn’t be the next logical step and forward progression. It appears that China will be the first human civilization to put humans on Mars, and this judgment merely based on their current lunar mapping project by way of space probe.

India Economy – Overview of Indian Market

The economy of India is now the twelfth largest financial system in the world according to the market exchange rates and the fourth largest through purchasing power parity (PPP) basis. But now in current times, India is under one of the fastest growing economic countries in the world. Due to the involvement of the industries and the rigid environment, the economy is moving towards continuous improvement.

Mexican – A Nationality, Not a Race

Mexican is not a race. It is a nationality. There are many people who like to stereotype, specially when it comes to Mexicans. People say things like, “you are not white because you are a Mexican, you are not Mexican because you are white, real Mexicans are not white.” Wrong!

India Will Emerge Eventually

A brief insight into India’s past, its present and the hurdles coming in between the great future that it has. India’s economy is growing in leaps and bounds but it has a lot of detractors, like in the past. How it will overcome these obstacles without aggression is the big question.

Cambodia And Vietnam – Closer Relations

Vietnam is already Cambodia’s 10th largest foreign investor, as well as Cambodia’s third strongest trade partner within ASEAN, and the sixth largest amongst all of Cambodia’s current trading partners. Cambodia and Vietnam enjoy very complementary economies, along with similar consumer demands and habits…

Targeting Christians in Central Asia

Earlier this year, Tajikistan enacted a new law on religious practice that has been criticised as overly restrictive – while it pays lip service to religious equality, it essentially limits worship to state-sanctioned forms. In large part the legislation was aimed at Salafi and extremist Islamic groups, but it was used to ban a Christian aid group accused of proselytizing by authorities.

The 2012 Prophecy – Read What the Experts Are Saying About Our Fate in 2012

The year 2012 is becoming a well known year associated with the end of the world. But will the Earth really be eaten by a giant black hole, or will the magnetic poles rotate in less then 3 days? Find out what the experts are saying about December 2012.

The Partition of Palestine – What is It?

The historical United Nations General Assembly vote on the plan for the partition of Palestine led to the creation of the State of Israel. It also set the stage for the first Arab Israeli war.

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