The Trump-Goldman Sachs Tax Cut for the Rich

October 9, 2017

By Jack Rasmus It seems that one of the agenda of the Trump administration is to make sure that the rich keeps getting richer, the poor stays where they are,


How To Fight Corruption in the Philippines

October 9, 2017

Interview with Dr. Dan Steinbock Despite opposition, President Duterte’s Anti-Corruption Commission is vital in light of Philippine history and

Mid-East & Africa

Rich but Poor Africa: Can Agriculture Help Tackle Its Looming Food Crisis?

August 29, 2017

By Hamlet Hlomendlini As populations rise, food demand goes up and not everybody might be ready. In this article, economist Hamlet Hlomendlini sheds lights on

On Donald Trump

The Iran Dilemma – The Tyrant Has Spoken

October 19, 2017

By Peter Koenig   The tyrant, of course, is Donald Trump. He launched tirade after tirade, and keeps launching them, insult after insult, lies after lies


A Past of Brilliance and 21st Century Hopes: Should You Invest in Russia?

September 27, 2017

By Walter C. Clemens, Jr. The decline in Russia’s cultural creativity under post-Communist as well as Soviet rule belongs to a larger syndrome that emits


US-China History and Where We Are Today

September 18, 2017

By Ann Lee The direction of US-China relations under the Trump Administration has been a popular topic of speculation. While forecasts are by definition a


World Politics

Oscillating Nationalism in an Era of Trump and Putin

September 25, 2017

By Glen Duerr At odds with each other for half a century, American and Russian nationalist animosity thawed with the end of the Cold War. Oscillating between

Business & Innovation

Using Employee Trophies as Non-Monetary Incentives

September 27, 2017

By David De Cremer Employee appreciation can go a long way. In this article, the author elaborates on giant telecom Huawei’s strategy of using “trophies”

Responsible Finance

Almsgiving for Bolstering SDGs

September 23, 2017

By Randi Swandaru and Ebi Junaidi Almsgiving in Islam is not only encouraged but also obligatory under certain circumstances. The article aims to find answers


Is Brexit a Neo-Liberal Coup Against 45 Years of Life-Protective Law and Regulation?

August 14, 2017

By John McMurtry The European Union’s rule of life-protective law is never really seen on media’s coverages and public discussions. In this article, Dr.