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UAE Reevaluates Issues of Freehold Property Visas

Acumen finally seems to have entered the minds of UAE’s Federal Government officials who recently have started to consider the issuance of freehold property visas. This news was revealed of late by a top Dubai government official who said that introduction of residence visas on foreign property ownership in various emirates of the UAE was under serious consideration.

How Japan Can Finally Say “No”

In 1990, the controversial right-wing Governor of Tokyo, Ishihara Shintaro, published “The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals”. Nearly 20 years later, many Japanese are still pondering if or when Japan can “say no” to the United States, the target of Ishihara’s book. Since the end of World War II (WWII), Japan has worked closely with the United States on issues of East Asian security.

The Subtle Differences – USA (Patriotic) Vs UK (Proud)

I wish I had started writing this series of articles called “The Subtle Differences” soon after I first landed on these shores almost three years ago, before I learned all that I know now and became accustomed to American life. One would think that the UK and the USA are very similar: after all, we speak the same language, we’re both influenced by the same cultural icons, references, films and shows and we’ve both been world leaders in recent history.

China Says it Will Provide Its People Basic Healthcare – What About Smog Masks Too?

The Chinese Government has said that it will provide universal health care to all its 1.3 Billion People. Now, obviously this is not entirely so, and it will be nothing compared to those socialist nations that have such healthcare systems. Instead China promises to provide basic health needs, and even this has got many shaking their heads.

The Subtle Differences – Charity & Generosity

One would think that the UK and the USA are very similar: after all, we speak the same language, we’re both influenced by the same cultural icons, references, films and shows and we’ve both been world leaders in recent history. Yet, you really have to live in both places to realize that the UK and the USA really are two very different places, with very different citizens, societies, governments and cultures.

Is Iran’s Ahmadinejad For Real?

I was transfixed and hopeful when I heard the news yesterday that Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was preparing a proposal to begin “a fresh start with the West.” Apparently, however, the forthcoming proposal may not adequately address Iran’s uranium enrichment program. That quickly turned my hope to solid skepticism.

Free Trade Or Isolationism – How Can Trade Wars Be Avoided in the 21st Century

Most participants in the 21st-century economy agree that it makes sense to spend scarce material and human resources producing only those goods and services they are relatively good at- and use their export earnings to import the rest. However, some countries will always have more resources than the others. The problem is regulating foreign trade without disadvantaging any single player.

What Are the Most Popular Newspapers in Malta?

One of the most popular newspapers in Malta is the Times of Malta. It is a daily newspaper and is written in the English language. The paper is also available via its website. Due to aggressive marketing, the Times of Malta website is one of the biggest online news sources in Malta. The company behind this famed newspaper is the Maltese Trust Company. The company has highly trained and experienced editors. The current chief editor responsible for steering the company to unprecedented success is Mr. Victor Aquilina.

The End Has Only Begun

Some 60 odd years back when Jinnah took up the spear to head a separatist movement aimed at providing a homeland for the Muslims, he gave the insecure and gullible people a new emotion… to struggle. Long after independence, Pakistan has not given up the legacy although the means of channeling have withered away with rust and the goals have become ever vague. Struggle for human rights, struggle for stability, struggle for justice, struggle for democracy, struggle for the very survival of the generations whose fate hangs in a balance while those in power toss the blame ball in each others court.

What is Government Law and Social Structure About Aborigines?

Society of Aborigine consisted of elder people as well as young people. Responsibility of handling the society was in the hands of the elder people.

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