Archive for the ‘World Affairs’ Category

The Future of Australian Economy in Jeopardy With Government Attacks on Small Businesses

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
Original article by Jamie McIntyre published in 21st Century News Local businesses should be given the opportunity to grow as small business is the engine room of an economy Read The Post [...]

Intelligence Analysis, Counter-terrorism and the New Uncertainties in the Middle East

Thursday, March 28th, 2013
The Middle East is a critical geostrategic locus for the United States: Middle East oil is essential to the world economy; the Suez Canal is vital to international transportation needs; and the region poses a problematic role as the incubator of Islamic terrorist movements The Middle East has been a turbulent region for the last 100 years; at no time during that period have uncertainties been as widespread across the region as they are currently Read The Post [...]

Is Rudd Good For Australia Even if he Failed as a Prime Minister?

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013
Australia could in fact be better off if ex Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is brought back as the leader of the Labor party, despite the fact that Labor is still not likely to win the election Hypothetically, if Mr Rudd is in power again, he will seek revenge against those who removed him undemocratically from Prime Ministership Read The Post [...]

Will Australia Benefit by Turning Northern Australia Into a Special Economic Zone?

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013
The vision to develop Northern Australia and the opposition's consideration to implement those plans is an essential step towards the economic progress of the country Northern Australia is a perfect spot for an economic zone to boost Australia's wealth Read The Post [...]

Tokyo Takes Number One Spot As Most Expensive For Expatriates

Monday, December 17th, 2012
The cost of living rankings for October 2012 show Tokyo in Japan as the most expensive location for expatriate to reside in According to Xpatulator there has been substantial movement this quarter with Zurich and Geneva in Switzerland ranking second and third, Luanda Angola as fourth and Hong Kong China fifth Read The Post [...]

Iran’s Economy Collapse – What Me Worry?

Monday, December 17th, 2012
It seems like only yesterday, the United States was worried about a single enemy, communism However, fast forward to these modern times and it seems like there is a war on all things Islam, although it's closed by a sector of militants that are "extreme" in their faith and actions Read The Post [...]

Japanese Tsunami Aftermaths Don’t Make Us Wait

Monday, December 10th, 2012
Tsunami in Japan 2011 has become a major catastrophe, but not for Japanese people solely Its longstanding consequences are going to clash over other countries, which should be prepared to face it appropriately Read The Post [...]

Pros And Cons Of Globalization

Monday, November 12th, 2012
It is obvious that the world is experiencing an economic globalisation That is clearly stated in the development of the global trade compared to the total global production - the GDP Read The Post [...]

Volunteer Overseas to See Just What Kind of Difference You Can Make

Sunday, October 14th, 2012
That our world is a large place is not up for debate These days, though, thanks to technological advances, the world is getting smaller Read The Post [...]

The Worlds Worst Industrial Catastrophe

Monday, September 17th, 2012
The Bhopal Gas Tragedy is said by many to be the most severe industrial catastrophe to ever occur On the night of December 2nd and morning of December 3rd 1984 the Union Carbide India Limited Pesticide plant leaked a dangerous combination of methyl isocyante and other gases from its grounds Read The Post [...]