A Nation in Peril
Whatever measure we apply, we are in a total fix. All our institutions are failing from the lowest level to the highest. If that is true, how can we become one of the most powerful economies of the world? Is it requirement for becoming prosperous and wealthy that we become corrupt?The Benefit of Being Chaotic
A traveller from a distant land stopped by a well known place called the ‘colorful fantasy land’. The whole world is very interested in this land because of its uniqueness and baffling stories. The traveller entered the gate and asked for south direction to reach his destination.Haiti, a Strong Case for Misplaced Development Assistance Rationale!
This is the visible part of the iceberg: only 20% of the aid pledged had been received so far…Nearly one year on, more than one million yet fortunate Haitians still live in camps. Donors and the international community were not working with Haitians to find solutions when channeling aid to those who need it. I need to have control over what they do in my country, where they do it and with whom they are doing it, and at what cost. It’s very difficult for me to give explanation for the use of money that I never receive…This is the process of intent of Mr Bellerive, Haitian Prime Minister!Dubai – The Land Flowing With Oil And Money
Dubai is certainly the best pick for people in the third world nations to have a successful employment. The world is economically stratified even at a global scale. It is a good thing that people who belong to the less fortunate countries in terms of economics still has a place to go in order to fulfill their dreams. Dreams itself are cheap and free, but to make them a reality, one must have power and that power is through hard work and good pay.Reform and Revolution in Aristocratic Societies
Although most of the liberal and nationalist objectives of the Revolution were mainly unfulfilled some of the liberal gains should not be considered insignificant. Results varied throughout the different countries. In Europe the liberals were able to make some very concrete progress. In France all men finally obtained the right to vote. In Austrian and German states the labor services of peasants were abolished. The revolutions of 1848 could be considered a failure only because the aristocrats were able to re establish their parliaments.