Articles or Book Reviews about or concerning published works covering Social Events, Political Events, Current Events and other important issues relating to today.
Jeffrey Caminsky (January 15, 2009) In our turbulent world, it is tempting to view America as surrounded by enemies intent on our destruction. Everywhere we look, we can see signs of American influence waning. Often-and especially in a time of economic turmoil-our mounting troubles can seem insurmountable. But sometimes merely looking at the world through a different lens can help us gain some perspective. And if that .. (Current Affairs)
Imran Zaka (December 05, 2008) The political leaders across the world acting the Oracle of Delphi- courtesy their acquired instinct and innate desire, are making adjustments in their native reactions, the purpose is to secure and fortify their place against the onslaught of entrepreneurial advances - (technology driven). But history serving as an operational analysis tool introduces to us the dangers of such a .. (Current Affairs)
Imran Zaka (November 29, 2008) President Nixon in his book “Cease the Moment" spoke of Satellite TV- a the tool that liberated the Russians and the other Bolshevik comrades from the tyranny of Communism; it wrapped the Iron Curtain of the ignorance and paved the way for the Liberal Democracy-an exercise of free will for the born free peoples, so that the people could invent their future with their own .. (Current Affairs)
Joy Cagil (June 27, 2008) Although Cuba is only ninety miles from Key West, Florida, the ideological split between the United States and Cuba has been insurmountable since the beginning of Castro's revolution. In this book, the author Ian Michael James concentrates on the lives of three displaced Cubans as he intertwines their stories through the pages. Yet, while doing so, James brings to the forefront the .. (Current Affairs)
Chinemere Onuekwusi (June 20, 2008) As customary to my write ups, I try to reflect on sundry issues as it concerns Nigeria and the rest of the developing (sounding cynical; underdeveloped) economies. As we are still struggling to catch up with the rest of the world mostly the West on every issue that regards development of values. Laying credence to this fact can be seen in the way we use the internet, the GSM .. (Current Affairs)