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Let’s Close Our Ranks

This is a word of encouragement to my people the (Bachama tribe) and the Numan Federation to unite against the forces that are trying to disintegrate them and to cause disharmony and also to stand against their oppressors. It is vital to note that, without unity, as a tribe we will be doomed. As we face external aggressors, we cannot afford to have internal aggressors and expect to win the war. Let’s unite. We may have different opinions on some issues but we can always disagree to agree.

The Bahamas At 45: 5 Lessons We Should All Learn

On July 10, 1973, the Islands of the Bahamas, became an independent nation, while, also, remaining, as a part of the British Commonwealth. The nation began, with limited finances, etc, and little infrastructure. However, it also, fortunately, began with a focus, vision, goals, priorities, and somewhat, visionary leadership.

The Queen – Why So Popular?

The Queen continues to enjoy a high approval rate from the British people. Is this because of her function as monarch, her conduct, or her deeper values?

Review of Madeleine Albright’s Book Fascism: A Warning

I have known about Fascism for quite a while. When I opened this book I realized that I did not quite understand what it was, where it came from or its dangers to democratic society. Fortunately, Albright answered all these questions for me including her caution about the implications of Fascism for our future.

The Last Fascist Dictator of Europe

Fascism is a philosophy that is as old as history. It really means that when there is chaos in society then the government must take over with an Iron hand. This theory of Fascism comes down to modern times from the Roman era.

Why Supporting Allies Should Be A National Priority: 5 Examples

Perhaps, because of the advances in technology, including computers, the Internet, and the necessity of cyber – security, or, perhaps, because of the development, of so many, possible, weapons of mass destruction, etc, there may be, more need, than ever, on strategic alliances, etc, than ever! In today’s, often – threatening, disconcerting, times, wouldn’t it make sense, if our leader’s focused on becoming, even stronger allies, with our historical friends, and those, closest to sharing our common views, regarding freedoms, liberties, etc? With that in mind, this article will attempt to briefly consider, examine, and review, 5 examples, of why…

The Annual Ramadan Rampage

We are bombarded from all corners of the globe about Islam being the religion of peace. Yet each year, during Ramadan, we read of violence from all quarters of the earth perpetrated by followers of Islam. Why is that? Take a brief tour around the world of headlines and decide for yourselves.

Accounting Implication of a Global Financial Crisis

The term ‘Global Financial Crisis’ means economic scarcity where there exists a continuous drawback against strategic economic growth in the world. The backgrounds with regard to the crisis had been reported in business journals for many months before September 2008, with the emphasis about the financial stringency of U.SA and world investment banks, insurance firms and mortgage Securities Companies consequent to the sub prime business crisis. Introducing with some evil critics against the business failures predominated by misapplication of risk controls for bad debts, col-lateralization of debt insurance and fraud, large financial institutions in the United States and other countries in the world had faced a credit crisis and a slowdown in economic activity.

An Overview of India’s Highway Modernisation Projects

According to official Census, around two percent of India’s roads, which are national highways, facilitate more than 40 percent of inland trade via metropolitan cities. This strain, coupled with aging infrastructure, obsolete technology, and inadequate facilities, has posed several challenges to the growing economy and its motorists.

Five Confidential Reasons Why the Middle East Crisis Will Spread to Africa

The Middle East is in disputes for decades. However, now it may well become a part of a far more extensive problem that will influence the entire East Africa region, which may become a playground for power plays between the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and China. “A crisis in the Gulf is playing out in dramatic form in Somalia and the wider Horn of Africa.

Berlin: Lessons We Should Have Learned

How many times have we heard about the importance of learning from history, yet, we continue to witness, our failure, to do so, in a relevant, sustainable, significant manner? The lessons we should have learned, from looking at the history and events related to Berlin, and Germany, as a whole, should make us more alert, and prepared to do, whatever is necessary, to protect our rights, freedoms, and liberties, which Americans, take for granted. Merely looking at the history and events of the twentieth century, provides many lessons, which, if we were wiser, would change many perceptions, and reduce much…

What Is Happenning in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

On February 28, President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker visited Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of his tour of the Western Balkans, countries-candidates for membership in the European Union. During his stay in Sarajevo, he said that the possible time for the country’s entry into the EU is 2025. He added that this can happen only if all conditions exist, but did not name them.

Anti-Semitism in the UK

There was a day, long ago when with other families we were all walking one bank holiday in the countryside. The sun was shining, and the children were happy and running on the narrow rural roads.

Why Norwegians Are So Happy, Healthy, And Wise

While many consider Norwegians, to be, amongst the happiest people in the world,t they also experience longer, healthier, life expectancies, and an inner wisdom and self confidence, others often seem to envy. Although the weather is often, on the colder and windier side, their air quality is among the best in the world. This nation, which only in the last few decades, was transformed into a relatively wealthy one, because of discovering large amounts of oil, most of the power used, is not from fossil fuels but hydroelectric.

Domestic Players and the Sustainable Development of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry

INTRODUCTION – The Nigerian oil and gas industry is the primary source of revenue for the government and has an industry value of about $20 billion. It is Nigeria’s main source of export and foreign exchange earnings and as well a major employer of labour. A combination of the crash in crude oil price to below $50 per barrel and post-election restiveness in Nigeria’s Niger-Delta region resulted in the declaration of force majeure by many international oil companies (IOC) operating in Nigeria.

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