Category Archives: Economy

Funding of ISIS

The previous years many where convinced that Saudi Arabia was behind the funding of ISIS. Also in the United States was division about the role of certain Arabic Countries. The State Department and the Pentagon have themselves been divided over … Continue reading

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2014 Economics

Eurozone In this chapter looking on the year that Latvia officially adopted the euro as its currency becoming the 18th member of the Eurozone we could see in the West that more people did not manage any more to come … Continue reading

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Barack Obama’s 2015 Union of the State

First Lady Michelle Obama is looking forward to her husband delivering his sixth State of the Union address. Last night she saw her man sitting down at his desk, reviewing each and every word to make sure his speech tells … Continue reading

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2014 Social contacts

Over the past few years you may have noticed a change in the way you are consuming content. With more and more large companies looking to find ways to connect to their ideal consumer there has been a shift in … Continue reading

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U.S.A. and paid sick leave

Can you believe it that today, anno 2015, still 43 million private-sector workers in the U.S. are without any form of paid sick leave? It is strange that in such a country which says to value the human being so … Continue reading

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2015 European Year for Development

On 9 January, the European Year for Development was launched officially at a special event in Riga in conjunction with the opening of Latvia’s presidency of the Council of the EU. Two days earlier the European Union was attacked on … Continue reading

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Need to better understand how attractive cultural environments lay the foundations for economic prosperity

As CIGH Exeter writes in “Culture Makes All The Difference: Reclaiming the Culture of Economics” We need to better understand how attractive cultural environments lay the foundations for economic prosperity. We need to establish more firmly the link between cultural diversity … Continue reading

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Left behind for economical emigration

Few years ago parents fled the Ceaușescu regime in Romania. Teodora Ana Mihai spends several months in the life of one such family where the kids are being left behind because of economic migration, as hundreds of thousands of citizens … Continue reading

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Did the picture change for Working dads

On Monday, June 9th, 2014 The White House send me a message with the title “It’s 2014, and the Picture Has Changed for Working Dads. Here’s How:” the message told: It’s not 1960: Being a dad looks different now It … Continue reading

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Capitalism

Originally posted on Muhammad Haykal:
99% of population have only 1% of country’s property,while 1% of population get 99% of country’s property. In my opinion, Capitalism is an institutionalized system that started in Europe in the 16th century to the…

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