The Battle Rages in Libya
The battles have begun in earnest in Libya. Muammar Gaddafi, seeing his grip on Libya slipping away, has stepped up his offensive, launching an assault on the oil and port city of Berga early in the morning. The protesters fought valiently as gunfire ripped through the night air to keep the pro-government forces at bay.China’s 5 Year Plan – The Overall Impact on Clean Technology
China’s 5 year plan has once again stated a focus on Green sustainable energy technologies. The government already recognises that future economic growth cannot be sustained at the current pace with similar levels of high pollution and over consumption of natural resources. The energy development strategy included in this, the 12th 5 Five Year Plan (covering 2011 through to 2015) focuses on structural adjustments in energy resources.Kim Jong – Il: The Personality When a Second Born Is Elevated to the First Born Position
Kim Jong -il the leader of North Korea has been a thorn in the side of the West for as many years as he has been in the role of dictator. A look at his birth order will give the reader a better understanding of why he is such a difficult person to work with.Smoking Guns – How We Can Spiritually Support Those Involved in Civil Unrest?
Events in North Africa and the Middle East are all part of the necessary shake-up and transition for which we have waited for eons. But how can we support the people caught up in the manifestation of transformation?How The Earthquake in Japan Could Effect Global Trade
When Americans woke this morning to the news of a severe earthquake that ruptured Japan and set off a tsunami wave heading toward Hawaii and the California coast, no doubt thoughts turned to the safety of Japan’s people, and those affected by the earthquake and the threatening path of destruction. As the world shifts toward solutions to help these affected communities recover from the natural disaster, invariably there will come more questions. How has the earthquake in Japan affected global economy, and what does this mean for the rest of the world. While this is not the first devastation to hit the planet – and we have seen quite a bit in recent years – it is important to note that different events present different outcomes.