Tag archive for ‘Politics’
By Ana Nivtova On Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Ahmadinejad Condemns World Powers

Iran’s Fars News Agency reports that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has strongly criticized world powers for “mismanaging the world affairs,” adding that “their wrongdoings have created More...

By Ana Nivtova On Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

EU Leaders should listen to their people, says Ahmadinejad

According to Fars news agency, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has offered Europe a hand in implementing democracy. Referring to the protests and demonstrations in Europe in general and the social unrest in More...

By Michael Walsh On Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Extremists at the Gate of Europe

Voter dismay at the Open all Hours pro-immigration policies of Europe’s liberal-left governments are leading to rising tension. It is a heady mix that could turn Europe into a Balkan-like ethnic mix of passions More...

By Michael Walsh On Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Europe, The Giant Awakes

I have been using this product for years. I have tried others but have not found anything that works better for me. In a world of conflicting interests it is hardly surprising that we are bewildered by contradictory More...

By Justin Frewen On Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Behind the Veil of EU ‘Soft Power’

Drawn up as the second millennium drew to a close and in the immediate wake of the Cold War, the European Commission’s Agenda 2000 boldly declared the EU’s intention to play an enhanced role in global More...

By Michael Walsh On Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

The Creeping Jackboot in Europe

There is mounting and undeniable evidence that the European Union is transmuting into a totalitarian superpower. The governing trend is to carefully devise and control the route to influential position. The electoral More...

By Justin Frewen On Monday, August 23rd, 2010

The Socio-Economic Realities of Mental Health in Europe – Part 2: The Social Determinants

In the first part of this piece, we considered the significant economic cost implications of mental health problems. In this second part, we look at the importance of identifying and tackling those negative social More...

By Justin Frewen On Saturday, August 14th, 2010
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The Socio-Economic Realities of Mental Health in Europe – Part 1: The Economic Costs

When discussing mental health, it is common to focus on the distress and suffering mental health problems may cause together with the most appropriate manner by which society might respond. The human rights entitlements More...

By Rajat Anand On Saturday, May 22nd, 2010
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Peace returns to Bangkok, but will democracy survive in Thailand?

Peace was returning to Bangkok, the battered Thai capital on Friday. But as many as 40 buildings were damaged, 15 people dead and 100 injured, and the losses due to the carnage estimated to be around $1.5 billion, More...

By Rajat Anand On Monday, November 16th, 2009

Zimbabwean economy stabilizing

The occupancy of Zimbabwean hotels has almost doubled in the last year, which shows that tourists are returning to the south-African nation as its economic and political condition has begun to stabilize. According More...