Ndi-Igbo: The Great Producers of Nigeria
Some years ago, we used to hear some Nigerian described some goods as “Igbo made’. That time such goods were usually despised because the economy was buoyant enough to allow for the importation of anything ranging from toilet papers to air crafts. Because of this, it was not unusual for many of the “Igbo made” producers to produce their goods and give them foreign labels. Today, it is a thing of great joy to see that many of these goods are now being labeled “Made in Nigeria” and they are either used in Nigeria or are exported to other countries.The Golan Heights
I attended a lecture recently on the Golan Heights by Professor Ray Murphy of the Irish Human Rights Centre at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Professor Murphy was there as a member of the Irish Army on a UN peacekeeping mission in the 1980s and he returned to the Golan Heights in 2008.The Case for Crimes Against Humanity – Professor Leila Sadat
I attended a lecture at the Irish Human Rights Centre, Galway today by Professor Leila Sadat, Director of the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute at Washington. Mr. Harris was a prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials after the Second World War.The European Union
The European Union (EU) is a political and economic association made up of a majority of European countries. Built upon years of bilateral trade agreements and unions, the EU was formally established in 1993.The Biggest Challenge Before India Is Her Ignorance of Facts and Lack of Acceptance of Marginality
Indians are the people easy to please. Whenever they hear any positive news about themselves in the international media they break into raptures of ecstasy. Nowadays, the kiss and tell story of America’s embracement of their country has given them fifteen minutes of fame in the eyes of the world.