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Human Rights And HIV AIDS

HIV is a virus that persists in being spread across the globe. As it does, the connection between human rights and HIV AIDS becomes increasingly apparent and diverse. The history of this connection dates back to the 1980s when people with HIV or AIDS were subject to discrimination in terms of international travel restrictions, employment and housing barriers, medical care and insurance, or access to educational opportunities.

Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami

Words fail to describe the devastation wreaked in Japan recently, The Japanese earthquake is unprecedented in its scale in recent history. To make matters worse the country was hit by a massive tsunami shortly afterwards which caused untold devastation and havoc. The tsunami was a massive tidal wave caused by the movement of the Earth’s crust and headed towards Japan not stopping when it hit the coast.

World Hunger: Undernutrition Is a New Term for a Child’s Tragic Process of Starvation

There is a new term for being in a state of malnutrition from insufficient food. What about the starving children of the world? Is there a way that you can make a difference?

Do Libyan Rebels Want Democracy?

While the media have presented the Libyan rebels as freedom fighter who are fighting for democracy, few information have transpire of the identity and goals of the rebels. To understand the future of Libya, we need to look at who the rebels are.

BRIC Countries: Engines of Economic Growth and Development

The four, large developing BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) have the demographic and economic potential to rank among the world’s largest and most influential economies in the 21st century. Together, the four original BRIC countries comprise more than 2.8 billion people or 40 percent of the world’s population, cover over a quarter of the world’s land area over three continents, and account for more than 25 percent of global GDP.

Beware A Socialist Dictator With No Heirs Giving Gifts and Milking it to Stay in Power

One way socialists get into power is to promise the masses all sorts of things, mostly they promise them hope, prosperity, employment, higher standard of living, and change. Unfortunately, once they get into power the people begin to see that those were all hollow promises. To stay in power the socialist leader attempts to deliver on his promise, generally by commandeering (aka stealing) or taxing wealth from one group and then spreading it around to the masses to keep them happy.

Hong Kong and The Elderly Underground Army

A tourist visiting here has no reason to think about the plight of the elderly here and why should they, but it is quite possible they will take pictures of what seems like an army of very elderly people (both male and female) scavenging for cardboard boxes and going through rubbish bins for empty bottles and cans and wonder about this subject whilst they are here. After all this is the jewel of Asia, not some third world cesspit.

Five Major Causes of Road Accidents in Nigeria

Accidents do occur everywhere around the world on a daily basis. These accidents are a result of several factors, which are both external and internal. In this article, I will be dwelling on the causes of road accidents on Nigerian roads.

War on Corruption in India

India ranks 150 in the international corruption index. The demon corruption has taken hold of all the vitals of public life. While almost everyone resigned to its acceptance, there came a warrior Anna Hazare. A very inconspicuous looking 71 year old but with national agenda against the graft. He has caught imagination of the nation.

Global Science Research and the Value of International Collaboration

Science research spending around the globe has increased by 45 percent to more than $1,000 billion (one trillion) U.S. dollars since 2002. BRIC and other developing countries, including China, India, Brazil and South Korea, account for much of the increase in scientific publications. Global collaboration in science research has a strong, positive impact on scientific discovery, knowledge dissemination and addressing important global issues.