This is an article everyone will hate but no one will be able to ignore. In reading my previous seven articles in this series you have learned that the international community has pursued peace and prosperity since 1945 via three complementary and inseparable fronts: economic integration, political centralization, and population control. Each front has required [...]
Governance and public administration remain an ongoing topic of research for academics and a top issue of concern and interest for policymakers in most countries around the world. Governments in all countries, regardless of their level of development, strive to.......Read more
Amidst all the uncertainties and debate among scientists regarding the impact of climate change two things are undisputed. First, that the level of greenhouse gases (GHGs) in earth’s atmosphere has been increasing largely due to human activity. Secondly, that these.......Read more
Truly Comprehensive Immigration Reform Would Span the Migrant Labor Lifecycle Work is the engine that propels migration from Mexico to the United States. For both countries, therefore, the rightful focus of immigration to their common border is managing the flows.......Read more
Lithuania’s first term of rotating six months Presidency of the Council of European Union (EU)that began from1 July 2013 is coming to a close on 31 December 2013. When Lithuania took up EU Presidencyamidst several challenges, Lithuanian Foreign Minister, LinasLinkevičiusremarked.......Read more
Governance and public administration remain an ongoing topic of research for academics and a top issue of concern and interest for policymakers in mos...
This is an article everyone will hate but no one will be able to ignore. In reading my previous seven articles in this series you have learned th...
The process of regional integration began intensive development since the Second World War and since then along with globalization spreading rapidly t...
Don’t be intimidated by the economic content of this article, about which you think you know little. Economists hide very simple concepts behind fancy words to obscure the facts and monopolize knowledge so as to be able to advance plans that if known would cause too much disagreement and squabbling and prevent their implementation. Lesser [...]
Money is not the source of all evil, human frailty is. Social divisions are expressed in money but caused by the supremacy of vice over virtue. Since society is the sum total of our actions, policy makers can improve it far in advance of human evolution by ensuring that the social construct promotes virtue and [...]
The greatest economic and social problem of our time is unemployment and governments are at a loss how to solve it. In order to solve it, however, one must be able to find its source and then have the courage to remove the obstacles that stand in the way of the solution, regardless who gets [...]
In my previous three articles in this series, I have described the reasons why globalization has come to be and the machinations by which it has come thus far. We have seen that: (1) monetary coercion has replaced military force after 1945 to ensure that nations can access resources regardless where they are found by [...]