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What does the economic nationalist agenda of “Trumplomacy” means for US Foreign Policy?

Opinion|Analysis Politics | Domestic & Foreign Policy:  By Jenkins Macedo | June 10, 2017 | 08:50 PM As a nation, we have reached a pivotal point in our history since President Trump took office as the 45th President of the United States. Everything we know about democracy, diplomacy, national security, and foreign policy are sandwiched …

The New Tobacco Road: a path beyond smoking for America’s traditional cash crop

Tyton Bio’s tobacco project September 9, 2015 | Jim Lane  Tobacco’s been re-thought, re-engineered and re-invented as a platform for sustainable, low-carbon fuels, and green chemicals – who’s doing what, where and how? From time to time, it’s been said in flowery moments of commercial rapture that such-and-such technology or such-and-such company or is a …

How to change the world?

  This post was originally posted by Dr. Richard Shmitt blogger at: Out of the World Change is, in part, what got Obama elected. Everyone talks about making the world a better place. People want “to give back,” they want to foster kindness, they want to end bullying among children and war among adults. The …

The difference between US vs UK Ebola news coverage by Russell Howard’s Good News

Russell Howard’s is a wonderful comedian, but his works expose how the media in America and the UK continue to frame the ebola outbreak in West Africa. It is great how he puts smile on our faces yet expose how the media uses fear to attract audience.

The Ebola Paradox: How the “West” downplayed the outbreak and now wants to outplay it?

Source: D. Faget/AFP/Getty Images Personally, it continues to be disheartening to read reports and news from the epicenter of the ebola outbreak in Western Africa. The entire ebola fiasco keeps my blood running up the hill as a global citizen and concern parent who is going to co-parent his children in this confused world where …

The Round of 16 at the FIFA World Cup 2014 Finals in Brazil: Who Goes On or Out?

This analysis focuses on groups hosting African teams and provides a brief analytical summaries of the way forward to the Round of 16 at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Finals in Brazil with emphasis on each African countries per group, their strength to progress, etc. This doesn’t covered all other countries/groups except group A, C, …

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