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Michael Jackson Awards Life

Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009), often dubbed the “King of Pop,” was an American recording artist, widely regarded as one of the greatest entertainers of modern times. With his trademark black fedora and single, sequined glove, his unique contributions to music and dance, along with a highly publicized personal life, made him a central part of popular culture around the world for four decades.

The New Bolivian Constitution Grants More Rights to the Previously Forgotten Indigenous Citizens

When Bolivian President, Evo Morales, won the elections in 2005, he became the first indigenous president elected in a South American country. Morales promised radical changes to Bolivian laws in order to strengthen his proposed socialist labor revolution and to give more rights to the indigenous original farmer nations and people, including the Aymaras, an ethnic group to which President Morales belongs to.

Abu Dhabi Sovereign Wealth Fund Invests in US Electric Car Company Tesla Motors

It is amazingly interesting where all the money goes when the US Government provides money to businesses, bailouts, spends money in Research and Development, or provides stimulus funding. Sometimes if you follow the flow of that money you have to ask yourself who on earth are we stimulating, and rather than making a really bad joke about the human scrotum here, let’s just say, our stimulus promises to the American people leave a lot to be desired. The Tesla American electric car company has been given a tremendous amount of money to help fund its startup.

Sweet Communism

This article summarizes the great areas of communist countries. It also highlights what developing and first world countries envy from communist countries. It concludes with the writer expressing his opinion.

Malaysia Set For U-Shaped Recovery?

The global economy is not quite out of the woods, but the good news is the worst is over. Backdrop of improving global economic data, Asia is expected to recover faster than the industrialized world. They are some research house project a V-shaped recovery for Asia and I think V-shaped recovery likely to happen on China and India but for Malaysia, U-shaped is likely to happen after China and India recovery from crisis.

Understanding Youth Conflict And Sustainable Initiative Model (Part 1)

Conflict is a natural phenomenon, it is as old as mankind, and conflict is a state of discord caused by the actual or perceived opposition of needs, values and interests. A conflict can be internal (within oneself) or external (between two or more individuals). Conflict as a concept can help explain many aspects of social life such as social disagreement, conflicts of interests, and fights between individuals, groups, or organizations.

Japan – The New Birthplace of Robots

Japan is the country that gave the world giant robots, small robots and human sized robots. From the fictional Mobile Suit Gundam to the small tea-making robot maid, Japan’s robotics technology has been pushing the limits of our minds and imagination.

China to Become Preeminent Super Power in 2050 – World’s Policeman?

At China’s current growth rate, and considering that the United States will have an inflationary period that will come shortly and the perhaps 10-20 more business cycles between now and when China surpasses the United States’ GDP, it will most likely be much further than originally scheduled. So, let’s look to 2050 and not 2035 or 2040. Many people believe that China could continue its 10% growth rate year-over-year, but that is highly unlikely because there just aren’t enough customers in the world for all that the Chinese are capable of producing.

Understanding Youth Conflict And Sustainable Initiative Model (Part 2)

By comparison, more than 62% of the funds allocated to the state are consumed by 38% of the population, vis-a-vis while 62% of local environmental degradation is created by the same 38%, at which point the power and resources is also increasing the concentration of wealth within richest 38%, which amounts to a handful of civil servants and public offer holders. The recurrent imbalances also give rise to the Niger-Delta communities. Two communities in Akwa-Ibom was used by the group, is a case study for the realization of the models already developed so far.

Online Global Marketing Profile 2010 Forecast – Canada

Canada is a country that has developed in parallel with the United States, both economically and technogically. But does it have an abundance of online market opportunities for U.S. exporters? In this article, Global eMarketer (GeM) examines the Canadian market and assess its overall potential.

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