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Rappler Guilty of Treason

April 23, 2019 • Commentary, On Duterte and the PhilippinesComments (1)

By Tiberius, Ideology Editor It’s time to call traitors traitors. Accusing traitors of treason and treasonable behaviour rather than anything else is crucial in an environment in which the media is busy generating fake news and or analysing events in order to confuse the consumer. Rappler, for example, consistently attacks President Duterte. Even were

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How Political Leaders can Increase and Regulate the Number of Full-time Jobs Amidst the Threats Posed by the Future of Work

April 21, 2019 • EMERGING TRENDS, CRITICAL ANALYSIS, Capitalism in the 21st Century, Governance & RegulationComments (0)

By Judith Bessant This article explains why and how political leaders can act to increase and regulate the number of full-time jobs amidst the threats posed by the future of work. By doing this, governments can avert the global warming crisis while securing

Agriculture, WTO, Trade Liberalisation, and Food Security Challenges in the Developing Countries

April 15, 2019 • EMERGING TRENDS, Capitalism in the 21st Century, World DevelopmentComments (1)

By Kalim Siddiqui The agriculture sector plays a historic and integral role in the socioeconomic development of the country – it has a significant contribution to the per-capita income of both industrialised and developing nations and has helped in shaping

The Failure of U.S.-North Korean Summit and the Future of U.S. Global Leadership

April 15, 2019 • CRITICAL ANALYSIS, World Politics, International Relations, On Donald Trump AdministrationComments (0)

By Timo Kivimäki The author discusses the implications brought about by the failure of the U.S.-North Korea summit and its correlation to the actions that will be done by the U.S. government to establish global leadership.    The second summit between

Development Path of the Contemporary Non-Western World

April 12, 2019 • EMERGING TRENDS, CRITICAL ANALYSIS, Capitalism in the 21st Century, International LawComments (0)

By Guanghua Yu This note argues that the logic underlying the open access order is not the only way of economic and human development in the contemporary non-Western world.   Douglass C. North, John Joseph Wallis, and Barry R. Weingast divide countries

How to Find an Exceptional Criminal Defense Attorney for Driving Under the Influence Cases

April 12, 2019 • SPECIAL FEATURES, International LawComments (0)

A DUI (driving under the influence) charge is a really serious thing to face, and a conviction has both short and long term effects. So, long after your driving license is pulled for a set period of time, you’ve paid out for all related fees and fines, and

Probing the Minds of Elected Women Representatives on Village Councils in India

April 12, 2019 • India, World DevelopmentComments (0)

By Samir Sathe The psychological construct of the Elected Women Representatives (EWRs) is a significantly relevant and yet surprisingly ignored subject in India. This article is a synopsis of some of the pathbreaking findings of a probe into the minds of

NATO – No Need – NEXIT

April 11, 2019 • CRITICAL ANALYSIS, International RelationsComments (0)

10By Peter Koenig “EXIT NATO!” – was the glaring title on a huge screen greeting the several hundred participants of the Anti-NATO Conference in Florence, Italy, on 7 April 2019. Officially it was called The International Conference on the 70th

From Cool Britannia to Fool Britannia

April 4, 2019 • Commentary, Europe, Special Focus on BrexitComments (0)

By Graham Vanbergen  It took just twenty years to go from the euphoria of Cool Britannia to Fool Britannia in the guise of the economy destroying and politically toxic ideology of Brexit. The author explains what may be lurking around the corner in the years

The Uhuru blueprint: What if PH had stayed in ICC?

March 25, 2019 • Dan Steinbock, On Duterte and the PhilippinesComments (0)

By Dan Steinbock Recently, the Philippines withdrew from the ICC opting for the path of US and Russia, China and India. To focus on a new economic future and the battle against drugs and corruption, the government shunned the Uhuru blueprint. On March 17, the